Carolina Dogs were Indian dogs and were the primary domesticated dog of America. The Carolina Dog comes out of the American Deep South and is assumed to be an immediate descendant of the ancient pariah dogs that accompanied
Fraser Island, Fraser Island, Australia — by Nomadic Dawn
Aborigines raised Dingo Pups to help with hunting. The Australian expression, “three dog night” comes from the Aborigines’ use of their Dingoes as living blankets on cold nights. Very cold nights required three Dingoes.