About Nature's Way Carolina Dogs

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Seymour, Tennessee, United States
Welcome to our site about Naturally Reared Carolina Dogs! Carolina Dogs are a relatively new, rare breed recognized by the UKC & ARBA, and are quite possibly America's own indigenous wild dog. CDs make wonderful companions, athletes, hunters, and bedwarmers! Natural Rearing is the philosophy wherein we raise our dogs and puppies by following the 8 Laws of Health, employing Biologically Appropriate Raw Food and no toxic chemicals on, in or around our dogs. We have found this way of life fosters balance, health and longevity in our beloved companions and for our puppies, we welcome homes that have a very similar philosophy about dog rearing, or wish to learn. Check us out, follow us and share us in other places!!! YouTube@ "Susan NaturesWayCarolina Dogs NaturesWayPets" and FaceBook @ https://www.facebook.com/mycarolinadog on Twitter @https://twitter.com/NaturesWayCDs Thank you so much for visiting our site, feel free to leave us a comment or send us an email! susanlewelling@yahoo.com or text 865-293-2858

Thursday, May 30, 2013

NEW Carolina Dog Rescue Site

I would like to introduce to you a link to a new Carolina Dog type Rescue website, directed and managed by some very good friends of mine. 

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Our Mission: 

Is to identify and offer assistance to Carolina Dog types that are in high kill shelters, found as strays, or with other rescues. Our goal is to save their lives and get them into a permanent home through adoption. Due to their distinct behaviors it's important that we find the right home for each of the dogs in our rescue.

Saving Carolina Dogs was started by a few people who owned Carolina Dog types and wanted to do more for the breed they had come to love. It began on Facebook and has now evolved to a non-profit rescue group that has created a network of volunteers and fosters across the country.

1 comment:

  1. I adopted a resue from a border collie site that turned out to be a dingo. I knew the minute that I saw his picture that he was NOT a border collie, but he was cute so it didn't really matter. I adore him! He's extremely affectionate, NOT food motivated, gets along great with my cats and doesn't even smell like a dog - even when wet! I don't think I will ever be satisfied with a "regular dog" again!

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