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Record-breaking dalmatians leave home…PIC BY GEOFF ROBINSON PHOTOGRAPHY 07976 880732.

PIC SHOWS THE DALMATIAN PUPPIES WAITING TO GO FOR A WALK.

This is what it’s like taking 18 playful dalmatian pups for a walk.

The world record-breaking litter gave owner Adam Morley a ruff time when he took them for a play in the park.

The spotty siblings, now 11 weeks old, left him all tied up as they enjoyed a bit of rough and tumble before heading to their new homes.

“It was a nightmare, I may as well have been walking 101 Dalmatians,” said Mr Morley.

“Most of the dogs wanted to walk in different directions, while some of them just sat down and wouldn’t budge.

“I got in a terrible tangle. It was like being in the middle of a spotty blizzard.”

The yappy family has now been split up and the mischievous mutts are settling in with their new owners all over the country.

Mr Morley, 40, and wife Nicola, of Melton Mowbray, Leics, have kept just two of the pups, Red Boy and Rudolph, to keep three-year-old mum Button company.

“We were really sorry to see them go. We do miss them and I cried when they left,” said Mrs Morley, 31.

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