North American Indians
For example, the legend of the romantic "love" dogs and otters', the emergence of a dog with a waterproof, stiff hair, a round tail and a huge passion for water. Of course, this is nothing more than a myth. Fortunately, there are many eyewitness accounts proving that the roots of rock are found in Newfoundland. This information applies to the 19 century and describe in detail the Dog St. John's, make a clear distinction between large Newfoundland and smaller dogs.
Colonel Hawker 1814. wrote: '… these dogs are perfect for any kind of hunting, they often have black rather than the other color and slightly larger pointer'. VE Cormack in 1822. remarked 'well-established breed dogs that are well trained to retrieve game. These dogs have short hair, which is preferable to long, because the latter immediately covered with ice as soon as the dog will come out of the water. " Another author wrote: 'In the parish of St. Johns meets a lot of squat, sleek dogs height of 45 – 60 cm, their nazyvayutlabradorami, but it's not Newfoundland, they're just born on this island.
" Quite clear that there were two variety – a massive, long-haired dog, which is known as Newfoundland, and smaller, with short hair. So who are these small, sturdy, fearless catching the cold waters of the Atlantic Ocean and pulling out the network with the fish, help in the hunt and saving the fishermen during a storm Dogs St. John's? Maybe it's native Indian dog? But Cooper's book, "Newfoundland" noted that the North American Indians were dogs, but they were all types of Spitz, with small ears, a wedge-shaped head, a sharp face and a bent tail.