Our Indian history articles pdf People’s Dog’s are known as American Indian Dogs, and not by any other name. This is the same breed, still called American Indian Dogs that we have all seen described by our First Peoples, from thousands of years ago. Lewis and Clark wrote about them, extensively, in their travels across the American continent.
PUPS AVAILABLE: We try to keep our American Indian Dog puppies affordable to the right homes, charging only what is necessary to save and maintain the A. We require phone interviews to get on a waiting list, before we breed a new litter of pups. These are techniques originally used by our “First Peoples” ancestors, in the breeding and training of their dogs and horses, from hundreds and thousands of years ago. Through non-political, unprejudiced research and education, we can learn from our Elders and our past, when, where, and why, these dogs were so important to our evolution. We can know what they meant to “The People” then, and what they should mean to us now, and in the future.
Many people, including so-called “experts”, believe that the old Indian Dogs are extinct. Modern Science agrees with our Elders, however, and has proven that their DNA is even now, within some of our modern breeds, and as pure as they can get, within the selectively bred, American Indian Dogs of our AIDog registry. Unfortunately, many of these past researchers neglected to talk to the actual creators and keepers of these dogs. Amazingly, they never even thought to ask where to find them. They neglected to talk with “The Elders” themselves, to learn just what these dogs looked and acted like.
Perhaps some of our modern breeds with all the terrible genetic problems they now exhibit, might regain some of their health, and become the functioning breeds they once were, with better education and understanding of “The Old Ways”. If the large animal registries would help to educate their breed clubs and individual breeders, valuing healthy selective breeding, over non-functioning show ring conformation, these animals would be much better off and live longer, healthier lives. These are not the descendants of our Native American Ancestor’s dogs at all. Check with our founder registry for true American Indian Dogs.
This was sent to Kim La Flamme from William Pferd III, author of “Dogs of the American Indians”. Pferd passed away before they were able to collaborate on a book. After his death, Bill’s wife sent Kim Bill’s entire research collection and three cases of his books, to go toward saving the American Indian Dogs. I’m so excited to hear that despite my conclusions in my book that the Indian Dogs are extinct, you have been busy saving American Indian Dogs and they are still here after all. It’s amazing to me that someone else has done even more research on these dogs than I have, and if I were younger I would be out there, looking for the dogs with you. I’m sending you all of my research material and hope you will consider writing another 2nd edition with the research that my publishers felt to be too controversial. We could include your research and Elder’s testimonials, and set all the prejudiced myths and controversies straight–that they are still here and combined into one breed.
In my opinion, the AIDog is the closest canine we have left, today, that shows what the old Dogs were, thousands of years ago. It’s very important to Native Peoples to know that wolf hybrids and coyote hybrids are not Indian Dogs, and it is very irresponsible for these hybrid breeders to be marketing their hybrids as the dogs of our Native people. When I take my AIDog Mesu to visit relatives on the rez. Elders that are old enough to remember, know just what he is and remember seeing these dogs when they were young. They say they are not on the rez any longer and are very happy to see they are back.
Many have pictures or tin plates that show dogs that look just like my AIDog Mesu, that I got from Kim. As important as it is in saving this breed, to actually find as pure bloodlines as possible for each type of dog, knowing what to look for and where to look for them, and selectively breeding them together in a balanced, healthy breeding program, it is just as important that you have responsible owners that understand the training necessary, and who take responsibility for spaying and neutering. IIDOBA members and board of directors. It’s all of you that are saving these dogs and helping to educate others about them.
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