A very rare breed of Native American dogs. They were first recorded in the Mining regions of Chile in the sixteenth century. The dog breed has many different features, but they all share ruby-coloured eyes. What makes them very special is their ability to smell precious metals and gemstones. In the past, they were used by miners to unearth more veins in the mountains and the mines. Modern technology now far outclasses their range and penetration and the dogs are no longer used in this capacity. Although many miner families in Southern America still own these dogs for traditional reasons. The dogs are now kept as pets by both supernaturals and humans all around the world. Myths surrounding them tell of a the idea that these dogs bestow good fortune to owners who treat them well. Whether or not this is true or just a fabrication of a good animal protection organization is unknown.