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MARQ Provincial Archaeological Museum displays a lot
of information about the history of Alicante.

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Sandra

I live down South The Rio Grande Valley. Down by the border .I have a deer hairless pink Chichuchu

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    Sandra

    I meant Chihuahua .

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Stephanie J. Little Wolf

i have to disagree with you about your description of native north American dogs/native land races of north America. According to the archeological record – most of these dogs had a very wide variety of phenotypes as many were very small and most looked like Dingoes not wolves. some were raised for wool, some to eat, non were “bred”. Northern dogs related to the archeological record still exist in Alaska – the Eskimo dogs and the interior village dog. Its possible that the Carolina dog may be a vague remnant of native dogs from the south. But as far as looking like a Shepard husky mix, not really. That is a big misconception thanks to the phony American Indian Dogs and the Native American Indian dogs who were bred from wovles, huskies, and German Shepard and are simply modern designer dogs that the breeders try to make money on from saying “native” in association with the dogs.
– Stephanie Little Wolf

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    Caitlin Williams

    Do huskies have native or Siberian blood? Or was it all bred out of them and only the phenotype remains? I think you have an agenda or POV. I am not at all certain you are right. I get some of my theories from Stella Leach (google her) who was a mix of Oglalla, Coleville, Nez Perce and kept a male “wolfy” dog, one of whose pups I received and my niece still has one 12 doggie generations later- all of them gray and masked weighing between 40-60 pounds. Everyone in 1966 asked if Chato was part wolf and were told he was a “Indian Dog” without a drop of wolf, just the looks. I am moving forward with Stella’s position which was phenotype (and temperament) all the way. These gentle dogs were suitable travois type dogs back when, and had to have a steady temperament to work.
    The idea of breeding professionally is anathema to Stella; the only point is to keep the line going.

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