4 Responses to Carolina Dog

  1. Cathy Brown says:

    I’ve had my boy since 2013, he was 2 1/2 years old and I was his third pet parent. The man who found him couldn’t keep him and the second family didn’t know what they were getting into. Long story short, I’ve had him for 7 years and he is the best dog ever! I live in CA. and you don’t see any Carolina dogs out here, so people are always asking what he is. He is very loyal and protective of me and since I live alone that’s perfect. He runs like a line backer when he gets the zoomies and he can easily knock you off your feet if you’re in his way. He does have allergies to wheat, chicken and stainless steel and he’s had two HGE events. Other than that, he’s a perfect dog and I love him very much!

  2. greg says:

    I rescued Kaya when she was about 1 1/2 old. She came to shelter as a stray, so I know nothing about her. I just learned from a friend about her breed. Everything I have read about this breed fits her physical type and personality. She is an amazing dog. An athletic animal like I have never known. Easily jumps over a 5’ wall. Runs faster then deer. Wants so desperately to be a part of the pack, she is one of my two dogs, so it is the three of us. Loyal beyond words. Strong willed and smart, loving, playful…She is a fabulous animal.

  3. Shelly leonard says:

    We found a Carolina pup beaten bloody and burned with cigarette s! Almost 7 years ago and he is the most amazing family member, sadly we had him spayed before we knew his true identity and amazing traits. Only the best animal lovers deserve such a loyal being! Our Tonka is unusually tall and large in general for his breed though he is a gentle giant he has shown his Alpha to the other adopted family members and it’s not the normal you would see in a standard house dog. But we could not have been luckier to come across this gem.

  4. Sallie Kladnik says:

    Do Carolina dogs have webbed feet, or is that due to a mix with labradors? My mixed breed from the Navajo Reservation near Tuba City, AZ, had webbed feet and ears that flop over, but otherwise looks and acts like the Carolinas on your website.

    I was told at the dog shelter that she was a heeler/lab mix.

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