The German Encyclopedia of Dogs

From remains of old Indian dogs by Kim La Flamme recreated, also feral dogs living in the wild. The stud book is closed but should a typical sample appear, it may be introduced into breeding. There is no interest in the breed for show purpose.

There is a homogenous type, though the distinctive blood lines within this breed should remain. The breeding techniques are based on the original methods of the Elders (focus on the abilities and the character as opposed to the appearance), combined with the methods of modern genetics.

The Indians used the dogs for hunting, tracking, for protection, herding pulling and carrying weight. At night time they spent warmth to humans, the hair were spun to fabrics. In behavior very original dogs which bind close to their own people and family but retain a certain independence. They are watchful and suspicious against anything new, but very adaptable and versatile.

The fast dog that loves to run is ideal for athletic people who delight in the original dog behavior and can handle it because he needs a consequent master whom he may accept in order to follow him. In the US kept as family dogs they love Agility, Frisbee, Search/Rescue, Handy Capped Service and therapy dogs.

The more or less short double coat sustains any weather and is easy to care for. The breed is currently in trend and unfortunately mixtures are falsely being sold as Native American Indian Dogs or even American Indian Dogs™. in Europe and the US. (Infringing on the tradmark) It is important to contact the original tradmarked registry Song Dog Kennels™ in the US to learn what a true AIDog is or is not.

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