Due to the Golden Indian Dog's lupine appearance, some feel that the name of this hybrid breed is somewhat misleading. We think that's because they expect the "Golden" in the Golden Indian Dog's name to represent the color of their coat the same way golden does with Golden Retrievers. These guys actually get their name from their parentage; Golden Indian Dogs are hybrid offspring of the previously mentioned Golden Retriever and the Native American Indian Dog. While Golden Indian Dogs may not physically resemble Golden Retrievers all that much, they certainly act like them and enjoy engaging in the same types of activities as both of their parent breeds.
A lot of people tend to think about adopting Golden Indian Dogs due to their wolf-like appearance; they enjoy the sensation of caring for a dog that has the physical appearance of a wolf but the heart of a dog. There are actually a number of practical benefits to forging a bond with a wolf-like dog; burglars will think twice about breaking into your home once they see a gigantic wolf just chilling in living room as will other predatory animals that live in certain parts of the wilds. But Golden Indian Dogs are more than their appearance - they're incredibly friendly dogs with strong protective instincts and charming personalities. Caring for a Golden Indian Dog is like caring for a Golden Retriever that's also really good at mushing and joring sports.