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Native American Indian Dog


Once believed to be extinct, the Native American Indian Dog descends from (or, according to some dog enthusiasts, is based upon) the dogs that lived among the American Indians for centuries. Today, this rare breed serves as a wonderful household companion.


The Native American Indian Dog has a medium-sized, athletic frame covered in either a short/dense coat or a longhaired coat. Color combinations range from silver to black to tortoise shell. The Native American Indian Dog also comes in the broken-pattern coat called “Spirit Dog” by American Indians. Its handsome head has a long, slim muzzle, raised ears and alert eyes. Its tail can be either long or curled like a Siberian Husky.


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Taken on July 5, 2009