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        1C. lupus also includes domestic dogs, C. l. familiaris and dingos, C. l. dingo Canis is a genus of canids containing multiple extant species, such as wolves, dogs and coyotes. Species of this genus are distinguished by their moderate to large size, their massive, well developed skulls and dentition, long legs, a ... Read »


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    • Canidae

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      See text The biological family Canidae /ˈkænáµ»diː/ is a lineage of carnivorans that includes domestic dogs, wolves, foxes, jackals, dingoes, and many other extant and extinct dog-like mammals. A member of this family is called a canid (/ˈkænáµ»d/, /ˈkeɪnáµ»d/). The cat-like feliforms a ... Read »


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      The domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris or Canis familiaris) is a member of genus Canis (canines) that forms part of the wolf-like canids, and is the most widely abundant carnivore. The dog and the extant gray wolf are sister taxa, with modern wolves not closely related to the wolves that were first domesticated. The ... Read »


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    • Becerrillo

    • Becerrillo or Bezerrillo (meaning "Little Bull Calf") was the name of a Castilian attack dog during the time of the Spanish conquistadors. Becirrillo's date and place of birth are unknown although historians speculate he may have been whelped in either the kennels of Diego Columbus or those of Juan Ponce de Leó ... Read »


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    • Bog Dog

    • This is a list of bog bodies in order of the country in which they were discovered. Bog bodies, or bog people, are the naturally preserved corpses of humans and some animals recovered from peat bogs. The bodies have been most commonly found in the Northern European countries of Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands, the Un ... Read »


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    • Bosintang

    • Bosintang

      Bosintang (보신탕; 補身湯) or gaejangguk (개장국), called dangogiguk (단고기국) in North Korea, is a Korean soup that includes dog meat as its primary ingredient. The soup has been claimed to provide increased virility. The meat is boiled with vegetables such as green ... Read »


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    • Breed type (dog)

    • Breed type in the parlance of dog fanciers refers to the qualities that define a dog breed and separate it from all other dog breeds. Breed type is outlined in the written standard for each breed, and breed type is the basis of judging in conformation dog shows. Breed type encompasses appearance, character, condit ... Read »


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    • Canid hybrid

    • Canid hybrids are the result of interbreeding between different species of the canine (dog) family (genus Canis). They often occur in the wild, in particular between domestic or feral dogs and wild native canis. The wolf-like canids are a group of large carnivores that are genetically closely related because their ... Read »


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    • Canine Efficiency

    • Canine Efficiency is a non-profit organisation initiated in 2013 and developed out of various similar project activities since 2009. Canine Efficiency focusses on effective, non lethal conflict prevention between pedators and humans through the correct use of good livestock guard dogs (LGDs) instead interference by hum ... Read »


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    • Canine physical therapy

    • Canine physical therapy

      Physical therapy for canines, or canine rehabilitation, adapts human physical therapy techniques to increase function and mobility of joints and muscles in animals. Animal rehabilitation can reduce pain and enhance recovery from injury, surgery, degenerative diseases, age-related diseases, and obesity. The goal of phy ... Read »


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    • Canine reproduction

    • Canine reproduction is the process of sexual reproduction in domestic dogs. In domestic canines, sexual maturity (puberty) occurs between the ages of 6 to 12 months for both males and females, although this can be delayed until up to two years of age for some large breeds. Pregnancy is possible as soon as the firs ... Read »


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    • Chiengora

    • Chiengora is a yarn or wool spun from dog hair. The word is a portmanteau of chien (the French word for dog) and angora. It is up to 80% warmer than wool and is not elastic. Often chiengora is blended with wool during the carding process. This blend has some give to it, which is preferable when knitting. It is also of ... Read »


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    • Cropping (animal)

    • Cropping is the removal of part or all of the pinnae or auricles, the external visible flap of the ear, of an animal; it sometimes involves taping to make the ears pointy. Most commonly performed on dogs, it is an ancient practice that was once done for perceived health, practical or cosmetic reasons. In modern times, ... Read »


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    • Cynology

    • Cynology /sᵻˈnɒlədʒi/ is the study of matters related to canines or domestic dogs. In English it may be a term sometimes used to denote serious zoological approach to the study of dogs as well as by writers on canine subjects, dog breeders and trainers and enthusiasts who informally study the dog. ... Read »


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    • Cynophobia

    • Cynophobia (/ˌsaɪnəˈfoʊbiə/ SY-nə-FOH-bee-ə; from the Greek: κύων kýōn "dog" and φόβος phóbos "fear") is the fear of dogs. Cynophobia is classified as a specific phobia, under the subtype "animal phobias". According to Dr. Timothy O. Rentz of the Laboratory fo ... Read »


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    • Dog biscuit

    • A dog biscuit is a hard biscuit-based dietary supplement for dogs or other canines, similar to human snack food. Dog biscuits tend to be hard and dry. Dog biscuits may be sold in a flat bone-shape. Some manufacturers claim the dry and hard biscuit texture helps clean the dog's teeth, promoting oral health. "Dog's bre ... Read »


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    • Dog daycare

    • Dog Daycare, often known as "Doggy Daycare," refers to a short-term boarding kennel service for dogs. It shares many similarities with a regular daycare for children, with the exception being that a dog daycare is for canines. It fills a niche between multi-day kennel boarding and pet sitting, where the sitter comes to ... Read »


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    • Dog food

    • Dog food refers to food specifically intended for consumption by dogs. Like all carnivores, dogs have sharp, pointed teeth, and have short gastrointestinal tracts better suited for the consumption of meat. In spite of this natural carnivorous design, dogs have still managed to adapt over thousands of years to survive o ... Read »


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    • Dog meat

    • Dog meat is the flesh and other edible parts derived from dogs. Historically, human consumption of dog meat has been recorded in many parts of the world, including East and Southeast Asia, West Africa, Europe, Oceania and the Americas. In the 21st century, dog meat is consumed in many parts of China,Korea, and Vietnam. ... Read »


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    • Dog Parker

    • Dog Parker is a membership based pay-by-the-minute doghouse service launched in a private pilot program in Brooklyn, NY in October 2015. The company plans to install dog houses across New York City, as well as other locations across the US. In November of 2016, Dog Parker announced the release of their new model that ... Read »


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    • The Dog Pillow

    • Inu makura or The Dog Pillow (犬枕?) is an early-Edo period Japanese literary parody of The Pillow Book of Sei Shōnagon. The title has also been translated as The Mongrel Pillow. Sei Shōnagon's observations of the Heian court at the end of the tenth-century in The Pillow Book (枕草子, Mak ... Read »


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    • Dog World (newspaper)

    • Dog World was a weekly newspaper published in the United Kingdom. It was one of two specialist publications - the other being Our Dogs - catering mainly for the serious enthusiast of the pedigree dog but with content aimed at all who are interested in dogs. It should not be confused with the Dog World magazine publishe ... Read »


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    • Dogs in ancient China

    • Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris), known in Classical Chinese as quan (Chinese: 犬; pinyin: quǎn; Wade–Giles: ch'üan), played an important role in ancient Chinese society. An examination of the genetic evidence by Carles Vila and others confirms that the progenitor of the domestic dog is the wolf (Canis ... Read »


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    • Dogs in Mesoamerica

    • Various sorts of dogs are known to have existed in prehispanic Mesoamerica, as shown by archaeological and iconographical sources, and the testimonies of the 16th-century Spaniards. In the Central Mexican area, there were three races: the medium-sized furred dog (itzcuintli), the medium-sized hairless dog (xoloitzcuint ... Read »


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    • Drafting Dog

    • A drafting dog or draft dog is a dog bred and used for cart pulling. Dogs bred for this work have strong builds. All drafting dogs have the qualities that are needed, strength and determination. Draft Dogs are in the Molosser breed group which are dogs that are solidly-built, strong dogs some Molossers are medium and o ... Read »


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    • Saint Guinefort

    • Saint Guinefort was a 13th-century French dog that received local veneration as a folk saint after miracles were reported at his grave. His story is a variation on the well-travelled "faithful hound" motif, similar to the Welsh story of the dog Gelert. Guinefort the greyhound belonged to a knight who lived in a castle ... Read »


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    • Indian National Kennel Club

    • Indian National Kennel Club

      The Indian National Kennel Club (INKC) is a registry of Purebred Dogs in India. Beyond maintaining its pedigree registry, this kennel club also promotes and sanctions events for purebred dogs, including Dog Shows and Specialty Shows. The Indian National Kennel Club was established on 21st March 1957 to promote pro ... Read »


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    • Interbreeding of dingoes with other domestic dogs

    • The interbreeding of dingoes with other domestic dogs is an ongoing process affecting the population of free ranging domestic dogs in Australia. The current population of free ranging domestic dogs in Australia is now probably higher than in the past. However, the proportion of the so-called "pure"dingoes (dogs with ex ... Read »


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    • Jed (wolfdog)

    • Jed was an animal actor, known for his roles in the movies: White Fang (1991),White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf (1994), The Journey of Natty Gann (1985), and The Thing (1982). He was born in 1977 and died in June 1995 at the age of 18. He was a wolf-malamute. Jed's first role was a brief one as an Alaskan Malamute ... Read »


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    • Kennel

    • A kennel is a structure or shelter for dogs or cats. Used in the plural, the kennels, the term means any building, collection of buildings or a property in which dogs or cats are housed, maintained, and (though not in all cases) bred. A kennel can be made out of various materials, the most popular being wood and canvas ... Read »


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    • List of beagle, harrier and basset packs of the United Kingdom

    • This is a list of beagle, harrier and basset hounds (hare hunting) packs of the United Kingdom, registered with either the Association of Masters of Harriers and Beagles, or the Masters of Basset Hounds Association. Prior to the 2004 Hunting Act, these packs either hunted hare, or in the case of some harrier packs, fox ... Read »


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    • List of bloodhound packs of the United Kingdom

    • This is a list of Bloodhound packs in the United Kingdom. Bloodhound packs are used to hunt the clean boot (hunting the natural scent of a human runner), usually mounted on horseback. The packs are divided by country. ... Read »


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    • List of draghound packs of the United Kingdom

    • This is a list of Draghound packs in the United Kingdom. Draghound packs are used to hunt a laid scent dragged over a route prior to the hunt, unlike clean boot hunting an artificial scent is used. The packs are divided by country. ... Read »


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    • List of foxhound packs of the United Kingdom

    • The following is a list of foxhound packs, recognized by the Masters of Foxhounds Association, in the United Kingdom who would formerly have hunted foxes, but are now obliged to undertake alternatives-either trail hunting or legal fox control methods- due to limitations imposed by legislation (excluding Northern Irelan ... Read »


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    • List of minkhound packs of the United Kingdom

    • This is a list of minkhunting packs of the United Kingdom, registered with the Masters of Mink Hounds Association, the governing body for all British minkhound packs. The Hunting Act of 2004 made traditional mink hunting illegal, but most packs have changed their activities to hunt within the law, either by hunting rat ... Read »


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    • List of hound packs of Australia

    • This is a list of hound packs in Australia. The hounds are divided by breed with Foxhounds further divided by state. The primary quarry species chased is the fox which was introduced to Australia possibly as early as 1833 for hunting purposes. There are no foxes in Tasmania, drag hunting is practiced instead. ... Read »


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    • List of hound packs of Ireland

    • This is a list of hound packs in Ireland. The hounds are divided by quarry, and type of hunting including stag hunting, fox hunting, clean boot hunting, mink hunting, mounted hare hunting and beagling. Foxhounds, Harriers and Beagles are further divided by geographic region. ... Read »


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    • List of hound packs of New Zealand

    • This is a list of extant hound packs in New Zealand. There are 28 packs of hounds in New Zealand, all of them mounted Harrier packs that hunt hares or drag lines. ... Read »


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    • Lychee and Dog Meat Festival

    • Lychee and Dog Meat Festival

      The Lychee and Dog Meat Festival, commonly referred to as Yulin Dog Meat Festival, is an annual celebration held in Yulin, Guangxi, China, during the summer solstice in which festival goers eat dog meat and lychees. The festival spans about ten days during which it is estimated that 10,000–15,000 dogs are consumed ... Read »


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    • Mastiff

    • Mastiff type means a large molosser dog. The term "mastiff type" has been used synonymously with the term "molosser". For example, the bulldog breeds, the Great Dane, the mountain dogs, the pit bulls and even smaller dogs such as the Boston terrier, may be considered "mastiff types" in this broad sense. The descriptive ... Read »


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    • My Life in Dog Years

    • My Life in Dog Years

      My Life in Dog Years is a non-fiction book written by Gary Paulsen, together with his wife, Ruth Wright Paulsen. It was published first by Delacorte Press in 1998. The book contains a chapter about each different dog in his life. It focuses primarily on his non-dog sledding dogs, as he has written about them in other ... Read »


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    • Origin of the domestic dog

    • The origin of the domestic dog is not clear. The domestic dog is a member of genus Canis (canines) that forms part of the wolf-like canids, and is the most widely abundant carnivore. The closest living relative of the dog is the gray wolf and there is no evidence of any other canine contributing to its genetic lineage. ... Read »


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    • Pack (canine)

    • Pack is a social group of conspecific canids. Not all species of canids form packs; for example, small canids like the red fox do not. Pack size and social behaviour within packs varies across species. African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) live and hunt in packs. Males assist in raising the pups, and remain with their ... Read »


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    • Panhu

    • Panhu (盤瓠 /pǎn hǔ/) is an important figure in Chinese mythology. "Chinese mythology" refers to those myths found in the historical geographic area of China, the geographic area of "China" being a concept which has evolved historically. The Panhu mythological complex includes myths in Chinese and also ot ... Read »


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    • PDSA Certificate for Animal Bravery or Devotion

    • The PDSA Certificate for Animal Bravery or Devotion is an animal bravery award that acknowledges the extraordinary bravery and devotion to duty of animals. It was created by the People's Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) in 2001. So far all of the recipients have been dogs except for Dotty, a donkey. ... Read »


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    • Pet Check Technology

    • Pet Check Technology is an online software and mobile application for dog walking companies and dog walking customers. Using QR codes, mobile apps, e-mail alerts and GPS tracking, Pet Check Technology allows customers to see when and where their dogs went with their walkers. Pet Check Technology launched in the Los Ang ... Read »


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    • Puppy

    • A puppy is a juvenile dog. Some puppies can weigh 1–3 lb (0.45–1.36 kg), while larger ones can weigh up to 15–23 lb (6.8–10.4 kg). All healthy puppies grow quickly after birth. A puppy's coat color may change as the puppy grows older, as is commonly seen in breeds such as the Yorkshire T ... Read »


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    • Puppy pregnancy syndrome

    • Puppy pregnancy syndrome is a psychosomatic illness in humans brought on by mass hysteria. The syndrome is thought to be localized to villages in several states of India, including West Bengal, Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, and Chhattisgarh, and has been reported by tens of thousands of individuals. It is far more ... Read »


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    • Rare breed (dog)

    • Rare breed (dog) is any breed of dog that is small in number and is used to refer to both old established breeds such as the Stabyhoun and Glen of Imaal Terrier or newer creations. Since dogs have greater genetic variability than other domesticated animals the number of possible breeds is vast with new crosses constant ... Read »


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    • Dogs in religion

    • Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris), which are mankind's first and most common domestic animals, have played a role in many religious traditions. Below entries are arranged in alphabetical order. Dogs had a major religious and symbolic significance to the Aztec peoples of central Mexico. Several ancient burial sites fo ... Read »


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    • Roan (color)

    • Roan is a coat color found in many animals, including horses, cattle and dogs. It is defined generally as an even mixture of white and pigmented hairs that do not "gray out" or fade as the animal ages. There are a variety of genetic conditions which produce the colors described as "roan" in various species. A hors ... Read »


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    • Service dog

    • A service dog is a type of assistance dog specifically trained to help people who have disabilities, such as visual impairment, hearing impairments, mental illnesses (such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)), seizure disorder, mobility impairment, and diabetes. Desirable character traits in service animals typica ... Read »


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    • The Ten Commandments of Dog Ownership

    • The Ten Commandments of Dog Ownership, also known as The Ten Commandments From a Pet's Point of View, or simply Ten Commandments For Dog Owners is a set of pet ownership rules. It was created in 1993 by Stan Rawlinson, and is written from the point of view of a dog. This set of rules was used as the basis of the 2008 ... Read »


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    • Walter the Farting Dog

    • Walter the Farting Dog is the title character of a series of children's books written by William Kotzwinkle and Glenn Murray, and illustrated by Audrey Colman. The first book was published in 2001. By 2011, the first book had reported sales of more than 1.4 million hardcover copies, and the series had grown to five tit ... Read »


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