Dalmatian Stone is a grey-white to cream-colored material with black spots found in Chihuahua, Mexico. Its name comes from its resemblance to the Dalmatian breed of dogs from the Dalmatia region of Croatia. Although sometimes called “Dalmatian Jasper,” it is not a jasper but an igneous rock. The light-colored material is a mixture of mostly albite with a little quartz, and the black material is arfvedsonite. Metaphysically, Dalmatian Stone encourages grounding and supports family and loyalty.