Photo Comments Age: 9 Years Sex: Female Weight: 26-50 lbs
Leave a bone for Sedona
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January 1st 2005
Hunting and romping in the woods. She's born to be wild.
She hates having her front paws handled.
Anything that she can chew.
Anything offered, anything found.
Through the woods in the county park next to our home.
Gliding through tangled woods, brush and swamps at incredible speed with almost no sound
As I was filling out the paperwork to adopt another dog (Stella, a pomeranian) for my teenager, Sedona came over and sat in my lap, wagging joyously, and lay down beside me. The folks at the shelter were astonished. Sedona had been completely aloof, ignoring the more than two dozen people who'd expressed interest in adopting her over nearly eight months. Guess she was waiting for me. I loved her at first sight.
I was told Sedona was a mutt, part German Shepherd, but a woman at the park correctly identified her as a Dixie Dingo. She's distinctly different from the other breeds at the dog park, true to the skills and interests of the Carolina Dog. She's a funny mix of extreme affection and utter aloofness. She's easily trained but quick to independent decisions. She's bright, stubborn, deeply wild.
The Groups I'm In:
"Dingo" Stars, Carolina Dogs and Friends, Dogs of the Ancients
The Last Forum I Posted In:
How to Train Carolina Dog?
I've Been On Dogster Since:
|October 4th 2008
||More than 5 years!
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