Native American Indian Dogs are used as excellent hunting companions, therapy dogs, handicap assist dogs, Search and Rescue animals, weight competition drought pullers, ski-joring dogs, and exceptional family companions.
Did you know that dogs were the only beast of burden utilized by Native Americans before the Spaniards introduced the horse in the mid 1500's? They were an integral part of village life. Dogs would pull a travois carrying the family's belongings, hunt and fish, and were "babysitters" for children.
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.
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Tyme 2 pick da nu Goggie ob teh Week! Lern moar bout dese breedz by reedin undr teh poll!
Fun fakts about teh Native American Indian Dog: "The Native American Indian Dog (or NAID) is a dog breed sold in North America. It is reported to be related to husky, Malamute, Chinook, and dogs from Indian reservations."
Fun fakts about teh Airedale Terrier: "The Airedale Terrier is a breed of the terrier type that originated in Airedale, a geographic area in Yorkshire, England. It is traditionally called the "King of Terriers" because it is the largest of the terrier breeds."
Plz vote in teh poll, share dis post on Facebook, and leev comments on dis post! Chek bak on Monday 2 see who won!