||The Carolina dog was the first domesticated breed in the United States. It was bred by the Indian tribes in the south. The breed is closely related to the Dingo, but is smaller in size. It is a primitive breed that has existed in the swamps of the south
||White, and, yellow, tan, red sable, orange, beige, desert sand, ginger red, never all white.
||The coat is short and thick with a dense undercoat in season, there is a profusion of a longer guard hairs on the neck, withers and back.
||The Carolina dog is gentle, playful and intelligent.
||The Carolina dog gets along well with children. This breed will get along with other animals if they are raised together. They are shy around people and need to be socialized as puppies.
||The coat needs very little care, just the occasional brushing and bath when needed.
||Carolina dogs are intelligent and train easily.
||This breed needs plenty of exercise. They love playing games with owners or children.
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