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Well, we don't really know which one he is yet, but he's one of them. There are actually six pups but ones a runt and for some reason she didn't show him.

Here they are!

 

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Originally posted by Tyler's Sis+Sep 10 2005, 08:31 PM-->
Originally posted by [email protected] 10 2005, 03:18 PM
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Cool name and ADORABLE pups!
What kind are they?

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I think they are the carolina dog

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Yup, they're carolina dogs.

Oh and here's what the mother looks like, kinda fat in that picture but I think they were just born:


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Very cute!! You know I can't resist a puppy!
 

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I am from North Carloina, but had never heard of Carolina Dog, so I goggled it. Apparently, they are American dingos.

http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/caralinadog.htm

I guess I missed something, but is this dog going to live at your house? Will your Maltese be safe?

I got nervous when they were described as not completely domesticated and small game hunters. I know some of these hybrids (like wolf dogs) can't be around small animals like toy dogs, cats, etc. I remember there was a poster on MO awhile back who raised wolfdogs, but they lived outside and never went near her Maltese.
 

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Originally posted by LadysMom@Sep 12 2005, 09:40 AM
I am from North Carloina, but had never heard of Carolina Dog, so I goggled it. Apparently, they are American dingos.

http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/caralinadog.htm

I guess I missed something, but is this dog going to live at your house? Will your Maltese be safe?

I got nervous when they were described as not completely domesticated and small game hunters. I know some of these hybrids (like wolf dogs) can't be around small animals like toy dogs, cats, etc. I remember there was a poster on MO awhile back who raised wolfdogs, but they lived outside and never went near her Maltese.
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No, they're supposed to get along well with other dogs. This carolina dog sure seems like he gets along with his cats.
 
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