Guests who stop by the Main Street Firehouse on Main Street, U.S.A., at the Magic Kingdom will discover some adorable new additions. A few of the “101 Dalmatians” puppies have been spotted inside.
Though the dogs in the films don’t work at fire stations, dalmatians are commonly associated with firefighters due to their long history as fire dogs.
A poster advertising the Firehouse Open House for Engine Co. 71 shows a firefighter with a dalmatian partner. This poster isn’t new, it was added in 2021 when the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom elements were removed, but it ties in with the new additions.
One of the buckets is filled with dog treats.
Lucky sits on a small rug staring up at the treats, probably hoping they are Kanine Krunchies.
Patch is on a break, fast asleep on a coiled hose.
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4 thoughts on “‘101 Dalmatians’ Puppies Added to Main Street Firehouse at Magic Kingdom”
Perfect example of characters being added to a land that doesn’t distract and make people angry. There’s been a couple of stories about these additions all week yet no outrage over “IP ruining a good land!!” Proud of you WDWNT. Keep it up.
I love it! The Dalmatians are my favorite!
Was a CP back in Fall 98 and logged many hours in the Firehouse back when it was an entire 101 Dalmatians store. Many hot days that is. This brings back great memories.
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