Carolina Dogs are often wary and reserved, but as soon as a dog takes a human into its pack, these traits vanish. They are medium-built sighthound that generally resembles a wolf or a jackal.
Carolina dogs descended from the canines that accompanied Paleo-Indians as they crossed the Bering land bridge from Asia to North America. However, they have also been spotted as far north as Ohio and Pennsylvania and as far west as Arizona; rural areas being the common denominator. Today, they can still be found living wild close to the Georgia-South Carolina line. The classic Carolina dog has pointed ears, a snout resembling a fox, and a tail that, when raised, twists like a fishhook. Although they resemble Australian dingoes, they are canis familiaris according to taxonomy. They are cautious about strangers and will sound the alarm if they are unsure of who is at the door, but they are overjoyed when they see their loved ones. Due to the high pack mentality that was required for life in the wild, Carolina Dogs.