Carolina Dogs are recognized by the American Rare Breed Association and the UKC. In my research, I have only found three major breeders that actually sell them. They are easy to find with a web search.
Carolina Dogs were identified as breed by a professor from the University of Georgia who found them living wild in South Carolina swamps. Sometimes they are called Yaller Dogs or Dixie Dingoes. You may have seen this dog in your travels and not really paid it a second thought. They have lived with and around humans for thousands of years. They share mitochondrial DNA with Korean Jenga (sp) Singing Dogs who is their closest doggie relative. It is believed that they came with the first Americans; some people say over the Bering Strait, but since there is also evidence that Chinese settlers came to the East and West coasts of the US as late as 1421, it is also possible that earlier Chinese voyages had these animals, too.
this is just another way for this person to talk about there dogs. If you notice they have another post about the same dogs. I personally think they are advertising in an around about way. I also think it needs to stop, no one but me anwered the other post.