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New Guinea Singing Dog

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A new guinea singing dog does not need training to unique vocal sounds, so if you are wanting a neat dog then contact a local kennel for more information. These used to be wild canines in the past. At present, if properly socialized, they can be tame enough to tolerate the handling of humans. These animals do not bark repetitively but have a complex vocal behavior. It includes yelps, whines, and single-note howls. A new guinea singing dog does not need training to unique vocal sounds, so if you are wanting a neat dog then contact a local kennel for more information.

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New Guinea Singing Dog

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These are small-to-medium-sized canines, possessing a fox-like appearance. They have a wedge-shaped head, prick ears, triangular eyes, plush coat, and a brushy tail. The animalís coat is average to long in length. The coat colors include red or shades of red with or without white markings, black and tan. A new guinea singing dog does not need training to unique vocal sounds, so if you are wanting a neat dog then contact a local kennel for more information.

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