• American Indian Dog

    The American Indian Dog is medium-sized with a light build and dingo-like appearance.

  • Group: Herding
    Lifespan: 10–14 yr
    Height: 18–21 in
    Weight: 24–51 lb

  • Care

    This breed has relatively modest grooming needs. Weekly brushing and the occasional bath will keep your dog looking their best. Regular nail trims should also be part of their monthly routine, as nails that get too long can cause pain and potentially lead to problems running or walking. Good dental hygiene is essential to every dog's overall health. Dental disease is one of the most common conditions in adult dogs. Left untreated, it can contribute to other serious health issues. So, in addition to professional cleanings, establish an at-home dental care program that includes regular teeth brushing and veterinarian-recommended dental chews.

    Good dental hygiene is essential to every dog's overall health. Dental disease is one of the most common conditions in adult dogs. Left untreated, it can contribute to other serious health issues. So, in addition to professional cleanings, establish an at-home dental care program that includes regular teeth brushing and veterinarian-recommended dental chews.

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  • Disorders

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.