I have a dog, Nefret, that is an American Indian dog. Her breeder has gotten dogs from Indian Reservations in the US, Mexico, and Canada. Your dog may be one of these dogs. They are descended from the dogs the American native people brought with them when they moved from Asia to the Western hemisphere via a land bridge or sailing over in boats. Nefret’s breeder, Kim LaFlamme hasn’t joined any kennel clubs because they breed for looks and he breeds for health and temperament. Because of this the DNA companies haven’t recognized them as a breed and don’t classify them. They may come up as Village dogs, Kelpies, cattle dogs, or other primitive breeds.