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Posted 10 October 2006 - 12:12 PM

The International Indian Dog Owners and Breeders Association (IIDOBA) with over 700 member/owners, can now make the claim that we are the only true American breed, and this is the only Association to have successfully saved the American Indian Dogs without the ''help'' of the big brother registries, CKC, UKC, AKC, etc. We have achieved this by using the "Old Ways", taught to us by our ancestors, and in spite of political threats and hoax sites trying to stop us. This is the closest breed left that is descended from the true aboriginal Native American Dogs from thousands of years ago”. We do not have to deal with the breeding rules of the modern, “fast fix, disposable” , large Kennel Clubs, or their 'pure blue blood' inbreeding practices that have created terrible mental, physical, and genetic disorders within all these modern breeds. Unlike other registries, our stud book remains open, so if and when new blood lines are found, they can be used at our discretion. The A.I.Dog breed continues as one of the last healthy, versatile breeds left on our planet, and will survive into the future, because we maintain control of our breeding program and registry.

Although the A.I.Dogs are rare and in great demand, we do not want them becoming over popular and feel that they are not the type of dog for everyone. We are looking for owners that can fully appreciate a healthy, smart, ultimate, true DOG. A breed that has unlimited possibilities as long as you, the owner have the time and knowledge to give it the calm, respectful, assertive training necessary. It's limitless, the close bond that can be attained if you understand the type of training and patience that is required to accomplish this bond.

The American Indian Dog founder/kennel requires all prospective owners to be interviewed and approved. You must sign a sales agreement, promising to spay and neuter, to ensure that all puppies go to the right home where they will grow to share a mutual enriching and happy life with their owners.

If you are an animal lover who feels an affinity for nature, who can appreciate the loyal companionship of a thinking animal, and understand the time and training that goes into bonding with a breed that "wants to please you", you will get back 100 times the amount you put into them. We would be happy to provide you with more information or an interview. Please read through our web site and all related web sites to first learn all you can about the A.I.Dogs. You are welcome to e-mail or call us to find out if this is the right breed for you and answer your questions about possibly owning an
American Indian Dog.
One could argue that evolution suggests were not idiots, but I would say, Well, no. Evolution just makes sure were not blithering idiots."

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