Tahltan Bear Dog

The Tahltan Bear Dog was a breed of dog that was indigenous to Canada. Believed to be extinct by most authorities.

The Tahltan Bear Dog was built somewhere between the lines of the spitz and pariah types. The ideal dog was, above all else, athletic and agile.

As they were always bred solely for hunting value, appearance could vary significantly between dogs.

Its coat was short, thick, and hard in texture. The colors varied greatly, but the most common color was black with white markings (pictured).

Like others of their group, they had a peculiar yodel. Foxy in appearance, their main distinction among dogs is their novel tail. Short, bushy and carried erect, it has been described variously as a shaving brush or a whisk broom.

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