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Carolina Dog Puppies

Author Happy Doggo
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Oct 26 ·

The Carolina Dog has been assigned to the hound group. If you catch a quick glimpse of this doggo, you might mistake it for a jackal or wolf. Even though this is an independent dog, they can make a great family companion. If you want to learn more about Carolina Dog puppies, then you can keep reading here.

Where To Get Carolina Dog Puppies

First, you can start by calling your local animal shelter or breed-specific rescue. You might not find a purebred puppy, but you could find an adult, senior, or mixed breed with Carolina Dog genes.

It’s a great idea to adopt a pooch from one of these places because you’ll save a dog’s life. But, unfortunately, these dogs are often strays, abandoned, or surrendered by their previous owners. Streets_ofny…

Alternatively, you can go through a reputable breeder. Since this doggo is purebred, they’re recognized with the American Kennel Club. So, a good breeder will be registered with the AKC Marketplace, where you can find Carolina Dog puppies.

You can also tell an ethical breeder from others because they’ll do the following:

  • Health screen and genetically test the parents before breeding and test the puppies after birth
  • Be able to answer all questions you have about the litter, the parents, the breed, the breeder, or the process
  • Ensure the puppies are up to date on all their vaccinations
  • Socialize and train the puppies from a young age
  • Have the dogs live in the home with the breeder as part of the family

Be wary of puppy mills and backyard breeders. These breeders won’t do the above, and they’ll be more interested in making a profit.

The Cost

Many things factor into the price of a Carolina Dog puppy. For instance, their litter size can range from three to six puppies. The more puppies, the lower the cost because there are more puppies to go around. Prices range from $800 to $1,500 for this doggo, but it can go up to $2,000, depending on their lineage. Shawnseddinger…

Appearance

Carolina Dogs are medium-sized dogs that can stand 18 to 19.5 inches tall. In addition, they can weigh between 30 and 55 pounds. They also have a short and smooth coat that can come in many coat colors and markings.

Some colors may be the following:

  • Black
  • Black & Tan
  • Buff
  • Red
  • Tawny
  • White
  • Yellow

In addition, they can have markings such as white markings, piebald, or Irish markings. Streets_ofny…

Temperament

The Carolina Dogs is known to be independent but loyal. They’re affectionate with their family members but won’t be super cuddly. In addition, they’ll be okay meeting young children and other dogs but will need some time to warm up to them. Also, they’re reserved with strangers. So, training and socialization will be a must with this pooch.

Carolina Dogs can be tricky to train. They’re intelligent but could have a mind of their own. However, you can hire a professional dog trainer to help you out.

In addition, the Carolina dog has moderate energy levels. They’ll enjoy a long walk each day, but that’s all they’ll need to remain happy and fit. Also, this doggo is a great watchdog but will never be aggressive. They’ll bark, but mostly to alert you of someone or something approaching.

Once the Carolina Dog realizes that you’re part of its “pack,” then they’ll warm up to you.

Carolina Dog Puppies – Veterinary Needs

For the first year, you’ll want to bring your Carolina Dog puppy to the vet a few times. You can work with your vet to ensure the puppy is growing and developing correctly. In addition, you can keep the pup up to date on their shots. After the first year, you can bring your doggo to the vet once a year for their annual checkup.

The Carolina Dog is prone to the following health conditions:

  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Elbow Dysplasia
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
  • Cataracts
  • Cancer
  • Demodectic Mange

With proper care, Carolina Dog puppies have an average lifespan of about 12 to 15 years. Cattycatesq…

Diet

Your Carolina Dog can eat any dog food as long as it’s approved by their vet and appropriate for their breed size, age, and weight. For instance, you can feed your doggo high-quality kibble or canned food from a commercial dog food brand. On the other hand, you can prepare homemade dog food for your pooch.

Grooming

Grooming your Carolina Dog is simple. They don’t require much other than the occasional bath. In fact, Carolina Dogs are known to be like cats in which they keep themselves clean most of the time.

Even though they have a short and smooth coat, they are average shedders though. So, about once a week, you’ll want to brush their coat to keep the loose hairs under control. This will be a great time to bond with your doggo. Also, be sure to brush their teeth, clean their ears, and trim their nails regularly.

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