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Carolina Dog Information

Breed Group: Not AKC Recognized
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Overview
Also referred to as the American Dingo, the Carolina Dog is truly primitive. They are thought to be direct descendants of ancient Pariah dogs that existed 8,000 years ago. Carolina Dog's are not of selective breeding and are difficult to obtain.
Character
The Carolina Dog is extremely muscular, powerful, and agile. They are hardy and possess an alert, intelligent expression.

Does your Carolina Dog bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
This is not a completely domesticated canine and is not recommended for inexperienced or first time owners. The Carolina Dog is suspicious and shy of strangers. They bond to their human "pack" and have a "pack" hierarchy. They do best with older, considerate children or with children they have been raised with. They may not tolerate strange children. Carolina Dog's typically do well with dogs, cats, or other household pets they have been raised with or properly introduced to.
Care
Occasional brushing with a firm bristle brush is recommended for the Carolina Dog breed. There are no known health issues associated with the Carolina Dog.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The coat of the Carolina Dog is the most distinctive feature with the appearance being affected by the seasons. The Winter coat is heavier and more dense than the Summer coat. The hair is short and smooth on the ears, head, and front legs. There are longer, coarse guard hairs over the neck, back, and withers.
Training
The Carolina Dog must have a clear leader who exhibits respect. Early, intense, and ongoing socialization and obedience are crucial. They will not respond to harsh or heavy-handed methods. Training must be done with respect, reward, firmness, fairness, patience, and consistency. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Carolina Dog puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
The Carolina Dog is not suited for apartment or city living. They do best in a rural setting with a large yard to romp and run. Yards must be securely enclosed. Fencing must be buried into the ground to prevent escape through digging and capped at the top to prevent climbing over. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
30-44 lbs
Height
17-24 inches
Color(s)
Deep red with buff markings along the muzzle and over the shoulders; dark sabling over the back, tail, and loins.
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Anonymous asked:
I purchased a dog from an ad. The people I got him from said they didn't know much about him. They really had no idea what he is but after a lot of reaearch, I believe he is a Carolina dog. Can I get him DNA tested to find out?

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Yes you can get your dog DNA tested. You can purchase a dog DNA test at the vet or online. But make sure that the Carolina Dog is a part of the breed list on the test that you purchase.

Anonymous

There is no DNA test to prove if dog is a Carolina Dog. If you are wanting to find out if your dog might be one you would contact the Carolina Dog Society.

Anonymous

No DNA test is available at this time for the Carolina Dog as only AKC registered breeds are on the tests.

Anonymous asked:
How much does a Carolina dog cost? Can you give me a price range? We are looking for a young one. Less than a year.

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The Carolina Dog, also known as The American Dingo is a 'domesticated' Dingo brought from Australia. True breeder's who wish to carry on the standards of size, shape and temperament of the breed are sometimes hard to find. Since they are considered a more rare breed of dog, puppies can range from $1200.00 - $2000.00. Please do your research and find a reputable breeder if you wish to get a Carolina Dog. They need a special home and are not for everyone

Anonymous

This is so not true and a very bad representation for the breed as the Australian Dingo is a separate species and is a regulated species in USA by the USDA as an exotic animal. Carolina Dogs are not Dingos nor are Carolina Dogs from Australia, nor are they a hybrid of Australian Dingos and dogs they are dogs. Them being called American Dingos is a misnomer, cultivated by breeders to sell dogs. They are a breed founded by Dr. I Lehr Brisbin in the USA of dogs descended from dogs that crossed the land bridge with paleolithic man. Recent DNA has shown some of their DNA may go back to South East Asia. This does not make them Dingos as many breeds of dogs also come from that area. Chow Chows, Sharpei dog, Akita's, Shiba Inu's, Jindos and many many other dog breeds. Please do your research and if you have any questions you can go to the breed club page http://www.thecarolinadogsociety.com/index.html or come join the breed Facebook page were the science behind the dog is discussed. https://www.facebook.com/groups/331349057056786/

Anonymous

Prices range between $800-$1000 with most breeders but can be as high as $1200-$2000. Be sure your getting registration papers with your dogs.

Anonymous asked:
What is the cost of a Carolina Dog breed?

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Anonymous

The Carolina Dog, also known as The American Dingo is a 'domesticated' Dingo brought from Australia. True breeder's who wish to carry on the standards of size, shape and temperament of the breed are sometimes hard to find. Since they are considered a more rare breed of dog, puppies can range from $1200.00 - $2000.00. Please do your research and find a reputable breeder if you wish to get a Carolina Dog. They need a special home and are not for everyone.

Anonymous

Carolina Dogs/American Dingos are native to North America, and were not "brought from Australia".

Anonymous

Carolina Dogs are not Dingo's nor are Carolina Dogs from Australia, nor are they a hybrid of Australian Dingo's crossed with dogs, they are primitive dogs found in the United States. Calling Carolina Dogs by the name American Dingo is a misnomer, cultivated by breeders to sell dogs. Carolina Dogs are a breed founded by Dr. I Lehr Brisbin, Jr, in the USA from dogs descended from the landrace dogs that crossed the land bridge with paleolithic man. Carolina Dogs are a recognized breed registered with the United Kennel Club (UKC) and The American Rare Breed Association (ARBA) with both clubs they are registered, shown and compete as the, Carolina Dog. They do not show, register or compete under any other names. Please do your research and if you have any questions you can go to the, Carolina Dog Society of America, breed club web page. There you can find scientific articles on the Carolina Dog or come join the Carolina Dog Facebook page, Carolina Dog Origin and Research, were the science behind the dog is discussed. The Carolina Dog Society of America.....http://www.thecarolinadogsociety.com/index.html Carolina Dog Origin and Research Page.....https://www.facebook.com/groups/331349057056786/

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Do Carolina dogs get along with children?

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Yes! My Carolina dog does awesome with children though he gets annoyed of are 3-year-old he just walks away. They are also very protective of the children the grow up around.

Anonymous asked:
Does the Carolina Dog curl its tail?

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Anonymous

Since the Carolina Dog is a 'domesticated' Australian Dingo, they can sometimes have a curled tail. It depends on the linage of the parents of your puppy as to whether he/she will have a curled tail. A reputable breeder should be able to give you all the information you need about whether their pup's have curled tails or not.

Anonymous

Carolina Dogs are not from Australia and are not Dingos. The current DNA tests link them and sp,e other American native breeds to dogs from South east Asia.http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/07/130710182540.htm

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Updated: 12/3/2016