Wool Dogs

Wool Dogs

A breed of wool dogs used to exist on the Pacific Northwest coast. Indigenous people would keep the dogs isolated on small islands to prevent interbreeding with hunting dogs. The wool dogs were cared for and were fed a rich diet of seafood to produce a strong yarn to make blankets from.

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