The Carolina dog is a breed of medium-sized, feral dog that lives mostly in the Southeastern United States (especially in isolated stretches of longleaf pines and cypress swamps). It is also known as Yellow dog, Yaller dog, American Dingo or Dixie Dingo. Rehoming of Carolina dogs has recently become popular, and they can make good domestic pets with proper socialization. Since 2008, artificial selection efforts to establish them as a standardized breed (usually capitalized as Carolina Dog) has made some progress, with recognition in two smaller national kennel clubs, and acceptance into the breed-establishment program of a major one. Originally
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