The Siberian Indian Dog is a delightful mix of its two parents and boasts a noble lineage. The Siberian Husky is a sled dog extraordinaire. The breed was created by the semi nomadic Chukchi people of Northeastern Asia over 3,000 years ago. The dog’s primary function within the tribe was to pull sleds enabling the nomads to move about easily. During the 19th century, the dogs were widely used as sled dogs by fur traders. In January of 1925, the dogs made an impressive public debut in the United States when a team was used to pull sleds carrying diphtheria medication a great distance in Nome Alaska. The Native American Indian Dog’s history can be traced back to the year 1500 when the dogs were common pets of numerous Native American tribes. They were used to pull travois, hunt, and protect the tribe. This attractive dog was never actually a purebred but a cross of many dogs because the Native Americans commonly crossed dogs between tribes and there was never any focused breeding plan. Nowadays, there is a great deal of controversy over the Native American Indian Dog because many people say it’s actually a newly created breed that was first bred by Karen Markel of Majestic View Kennels and that the dog’s ties to the tribes of the United States are murky. Karen Markel created the Native American Indian Dogs by crossing the Siberian Husky, Alaskan Malamute, Chinook and German Shepherd. Nonetheless, the Siberian Indian Dog is a cross between the Siberian Husky and the modern American Indian Dog.