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Jane Rittenhouse Gunnell

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Carolina Dogs

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Carolina Dogs

262 Eastgate Drive #342

Aiken, South Carolina,29803

United States

Company Description

CarolinaDogs.com is the home site for a small group of animal lovers dedicated to preserving a near-extinct breed with a history that goes back thousands of years. Sometimes called the Dixie Dingo, the Indian's Dog or Native American Dog, this breed is belie... more.

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But Jane Gunnell, president of The Carolina Dog Association, says the dog's ancestry reaches to the other side of the globe.
"We've traced the Carolina Dog back to other primitive breeds, like the Australian Dingo," says Gunnell, who along with ecologist I. Lehr Brisbin, Jr., has been instrumental in gathering, identifying, preserving, and raising the dogs in a captive-breeding program at her Mane Chance Kennels at Banbury Cross Farm outside Aiken, Ga. Pockets of these free-ranging feral dogs have thrived for centuries in remote cypress swamps and forests of the rural South. Historians believe the dogs, who originated in southwest Asia, crossed the Bering Land Bridge into North America with the first humans tens of thousands of years ago. They made their way down the continent and into the Southwest, where archaeological evidence placed them among the Native American basket-making cultures. Later, they traveled east and settled with the native people of the Southeast woodlands now known as the Carolinas. "They closely resemble types of dogs first encountered by Europeans near Indian settlements in the region as is evidenced by paintings, drawings, and written descriptions made by these early explorers and settlers," writes Gunnell on the CDA website. Only in the past 30 years have these dogs gained dog fanciers' attention. They're currently recognized by the United Kennel Club and American Rare Breed Association, and the CDA is working with the American Kennel Club for inclusion in their registry, too. "These are nature's dogs," Gunnell says. Gunnell, Star's breeder, adds that other pups have gone on to become searchand- rescue dogs and therapy dogs. "They're extremely intelligent and have excelled in many venues," says Lancaster. who currently owns five Carolina Dogs - all of whom are champions. "And they're wonderful bouse dogs, too. They're very clean, almost cat-like. They're incredibly trainable. And if they ever had to sleep outside, they'd never speak to us again. Special handling required Because the Carolina Dog retains some innate feral behaviors, Gunnell says they require tremendous amounts of socialization at a very young age to get accustomed to life with humans. "It takes a lot of devotion and a lot of love and treats, but they'll come right around. Gunnell says. Jane Gunnell, president, 262 Eastgate Dr. #342, Aiken, SC 29803; 803-215-6164; Jane Gunnell Gunnell. All Rights Reserved


The Carolina Dog Association: Carolina Dog Breeder Information - American Dingo Dog Breeders Carolina Dogs

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Jane Gunnell
The Carolina Dog Association: Carolina Dog Breeder Information - American Dingo Dog Breeders Carolina Dogs The true story of Jane Gunnell's remarkable adventures in rescuing the Carolina Dog from inevitable extinction is a delightful romp that will please old and young alike.


The Carolina Dog Association - Book Review

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By Jane Rittenhouse Gunnell, JD
The moment Jane Rittenhouse Gunnell set eyes on fourteen, feral, reclusive "Carolina Dogs" (also called American Dingoes) her life changed dramatically-and so too, did the lives of this ancient, rapidly vanishing species of the canine family. Gunnell wrote.


Carolina Dogs: Show News

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For information, contact Jane Gunnell, President, Carolina Dog Association, (803) 215-6166 or (803) 649-0045; www.CarolinaDogs.com
Home | FAQs | General Information | In The News | The Kuwait Project | Photo Album | Show Wins |Breeders' Listings | Links Jane Gunnell Gunnell. All Rights Reserved


Carolina Dogs, The American Dingo: How to Order Our Book

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By Jane Rittenhouse Gunnell, JD
The moment Jane Rittenhouse Gunnell set eyes on fourteen, feral, reclusive "Carolina Dogs" (also called American Dingoes) her life changed dramatically-and so too, did the lives of this ancient, rapidly vanishing species of the canine family. Gunnell wrote. Jane Gunnell Gunnell. All Rights Reserved.


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