The name “AfriCanis” refers to the native dogs of Africa

Contrary to modern breeds, the AfriCanis is a land race, a dog that through natural selection has come to be an intrinsic part of our African continent.  They have not been selectively bred for appearance like other breeds, but through natural adaptation both physically and mentally to a variety of many African ecological niches and environments.

The dog’s appearance ranges from medium to large builds, naturally lean and athletic.  They have brown or tan coats or black and tan with either pointy or floppy ears.  Some have ridges on their backs whilst others do not. The dogs have developed a natural resistance against internal and external parasites, hardy immune systems.

They make wonderful, loyal companions and family members.