American Indian Dog No, it’s not a wolf, and it’s not a coyote; it’s an American Indian dog. These working companion animals were almost lost to history after our American Indians were segregated onto reservations, and often left without the resources necessary to maintain the ancient breed. There is now growing interest in restoring the old lines of these beautiful canines. lost like the indians..lets get them back - Click image to find more Animals Pinterest pins
Leptocyon Facts: Leptocyon (Ashfall Fossil Beds). Among the earliest ancestors of modern dogs, various species of Leptocyon roamed the plains and woodlands of North America for a whopping 25 million years, making this small, foxlike animal one of the most successful mammalian genera of all time.