To produce Dalmatian Hairless Skinny Pigs you need allot of space, patience, time, and planning expertise. It took me over a year to produce excellent quality Dalmatian Skinny Pigs and I didn't just get a Dalmatian Skinny and Breed it to a self black..
You must first purchase Dalmatian American Guinea Pigs,
a few unrelated sows and a boar. You will also need a couple self black unrelated Skinny Pig sows and boars. Then you should breed an American Dalmatian to a Self Black Skinny Pig. Dalmatians can never be bred Dalmatian x Dalmatian because of their lethal white gene that kills babies at birth. With your first litters being 1st Generation Skinny Pigs and you might of even produced some furry Dals which you should be keeping to breed back to an unrelated self black Skinny Pig. Then after that pairing of Dalmatian/Skinny Pig Gene Carrier to Self black Skinny you should of ended up with a hairless Dalmatian Skinny Pig, but it all depends on how well they carry that Dalmatian Gene. Eventually you will hopefully plan your breeding well and in the future end up with Self Black who had parents who were Dals so you can breed them to actual Dalmatian Skinnies and then end up with very well spotted Dalmatian Skinnies Babies, as shown below.
Dalmatian babies are born with spots that are light grey in color but over time get darker and thicker. Hope you have fun producing your very first Dal babies. If you have any questions, just ask :) They are the most unique of hairless guinea pigs.
** More pictures below of the Dalmatian Skinny Pigs
that I have had born here at Hairless Hilltop Hunks**
* Baby pic, spots get much darker and thicker over time, some spots will actually eventually with age cover there whole body and they won't look like a dal but that doesn't mean they are not... Being born with spotting is 100% a dal no matter if its a little bit of spots or alot of spots *