Where can I get a Native American Indian Dog in a Australia?
URGENT. Please my furry, four-pawed friends, help!
Reply To: Dooley
ALL "NAIDs" are just a mix of breeds bred to look like what the founder thought the original native dogs looked like. In other words, they're expensive designer mutts, a mix of wolf, chow, husky, shepherd, collie, etc...nothing more. There's no such thing as a "real" one.
This is going to sound really silly, but...you live in Australia! You have the Dingo, who is a true "Native Dog" and has a better temperament than the NAIDs, to boot. (not to mention, much healthier) If you have the knowledge and fencing fo a primitive dog, you may want to consider adopting a needy dingo or mix, rather than trying to import a mutt from the US. Save your money, save a life, and get a better dog. Just my opinion. (I know Dingoes get a bad rap, but like any dog, you get out what you put into them.)
Reply To: Solo
Hello Solo, thanks for telling me the TRUTH about ALL NAID's.
Hi Dooley: I'm sorry, Solo is misinformed about the Native American Indian Dog. If you want factual information contact a breeder, not a person who "thinks" they know about the breed. Thanks,nighteyesfarms.net
Hi Solo:Please tell me where you got your information about the NAID. You are misinformed. Collie, Chow, Wolf? You are sadly misinformed. The NAID IS A VERY HEALTHY BREED. And the foundation stock was purchased from Native American's. In stead of going by your opinion, or rumor, why don't you contact a breeder directly and ask. However, you are correct, Dingo's are native dogs, and they also maintain wild characteristics. They should not be owned by anyone but the most experienced. They don't make good pets. Thanks,Night Eyes
I'm not sure of the requirements for owning Dingo's, but please keep in mind that they are not domestic dogs and they have wild characteristics. I've seen them in Australia on tour.
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