Skip to comments.Did Carolina Dogs Arrive With Ancient Americans?
Posted on 03/28/2006 11:00:20 AM PST by RegulatorCountry
Humans and dogs enjoy a prehistoric relationship, a longstanding bond with its origins in a time when dogs as we know them evolved from wild animals into our domesticated companions.
Now, a canine living in a manner similar to that of dogs from those ancient days may have been discovered in isolated stretches of longleaf pines and cypress swamps in the American Southeast.
The Carolina Dog, a familiar-looking animal long known in the rural South as the "yaller dog," may be more than the common mutt that immediately meets the eye. I. Lehr Brisbin, Jr., Senior Ecologist at the University of Georgia's Savannah River Ecology Lab, believes that these animals may be America's most primitive dogs.
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The mother looks very white in these pics however she is yellow on the back and I have noticed as her winter coat is shedding she is becoming more yellow. I have also noticed her lately digging the snout pits and found a bunch of them under some of my peach trees.
Eastern North Carolina. Home of inbred dogs...and certain families I could mention.
"Home of inbred dogs...and certain families I could mention."
Naw, my daddy broke that convention when he married my mother (second generation Swede), and moved all of us from our family concentration in Kentucky. I married a Cuban, and now our family tree branches nicely.
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