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The raccoon dog, a wild animal in East Asia, is one of the earliest species of dog, and resembles a raccoon.

Tanuki aka Japanese Raccoon Dog The Natural World: Top Ten Mammals That Look Like Something They Arent (Part 2) Raccoon Dog - Eastern Asia


MADONA - A1092941 - - Brooklyn ***TO BE DESTROYED 10/14/16***MADONA IS A 8 WEEK OLD BABY AND SEEKING A LOCAL FOSTER! She doesn’t weight the required weight in order to be adopted, but that can always come later! For now a local FOSTER who lives within an hour of the pulling rescue, is what this baby needs! She has a wound on her ear, CONJUNCTIVITIS which can easily be remedied with antibiotics. A New Hope rescue willing to pull will need a FOSTER to contact THEM! If


10/8/16 A homeless senior dog, dubbed “Bruce,” is doing his utmost to survive life inside of a busy animal control facility in Manhattan, New York. Unfortunately, this handsome senior dog has poor muscle tone and arthritis and the slippery animal control floors make it difficult for him to get up and around on his own. Bruce, …

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"Bunch of dogs in here" doormat

You love dogs. Maybe your friends dont and should. Thisll be that pre-warning for them before they step foot in your dog loving abode to brace them...


Dhole by James Selwood ~ The dhole (Cuon alpinus) is a species of wild dog from southern Asia. It's an unusual canid, living in highly social packs. Though threatened with extinction, so far it has received very little attention. Unlike the wolf or African hunting dog, few people have even heard of it.


Classification The African wild dog is a member of the “true dog” family, Canidae. They are related to jackals, foxes, coyotes, wolves, dingoes and even domestic dogs. While hyenas can look similar, they are of a different family classification (Hyaenidae) and less related than other dogs. Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Canidae Genus: Lycaon Species: pictus