He didn't bully other people.
He was tall enough to stand up under a wagon and scrape his back on the bottom.
This dog was pretty typical of all the wild dogs in Southern Indiana. They are happier if they can come and go from an area where people live ~ that's the old lurk around the village thing.
I've noticed over the years that these dogs are disappearing in that area, but African "silent" dogs are come in ~ people like the behavior apparently but don't care for the noises.
The African dogs are sneaky to my way of thinking and eventually they're going to run up a high biting tally and get themselves suppressed.