Hare Indian Dog
The Hare Indian dog is an extinct domesticated canine; possibly a breed of domestic dog, coydog, or domesticated coyote; formerly found and originally bred in northern Canada by the Hare Indians for coursing. It had the speed and some characteristics of the coyote, but the domesticated temperament and other characteristics of a domestic dog. It gradually lost its usefulness as aboriginal hunting methods declined, and became extinct or lost its separate identity through interbreeding with dogs in the 19th century, though some claim the breed still exists in modified form.
Also known as
This breed is also called (Obsolete), 23 February 2009, C. Familiaris Lagopus, Hare Indian Dogs, Mackenzie River Dog, Song Dog Kennels as well as Trap Line Dog.
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