“Sure, it’d be a lot more convenient if you could harvest it whenever you wanted. But doing it the right way is part of our culture,” he said. “And so it makes absolutely no sense to me that our ancestors would just get rid of the woolly dogs because it was more convenient to use something else.”
Not understanding human beings at all.
But it was a dog, cultivated over millennia, that produced one of the more unusual materials for their weaving.
To ensure breed purity, the dogs were kept on islets, tended by Salish women who visited by canoe, bringing food including Pacific salmon, herring and other marine mammals. The dogs were sheared with mussel shell knives.
So, the claim is not just normal humanity but whitey did it. Ho Hum.