Native American Indian Dog

The Native American Indian Dog is a very rare, almost extinct breed of dog used by the native Americans for a variety of purposes including, pulling travois, hunting, babysitting the very young and elderly and guarding the village.

This breed is very rare with risks of extinction; it was used by the native Americans to pack a backpack with family possessions and to pull travois. Back in the days, these dogs were used for hunting all sorts of games, ranging from moose to rabbit; an interesting aspect, they were taught even how to fish so as you can see it is a very versatile dog, capable of adapting to any given environment.

Some people affirm that the original Native American Indian Dogs have been extinct and they say that all dogs that are sold under this name are simple recreations. Thanks to the fact that they are webbed feet, these dogs are capable of pulling large and heavy loads and have good swimming abilities.

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