The Anglish Moot
House Dog
Golden Fetcher
Kingdom Deer (Animalia)


Wirebacks (Chordata)
Ilk Suckledeer (Mammalia)
Shift Reavedeer (Carnivora)
Kin Hounds (Canidae)
Kind Wolfhounds (Canis)
Erd Gray Wolf (Canis lupus)
Undererd House Dog (Canis lupus familiaris)

Dogs or hounds are meat-eating behoused suckledeer that have been kept by man for over 14,000 years. They are often called "man's best friend."  The dog was very handy for man in the olden times. They were widely kept for working and hunting, but now they are mostly kept as a home pet. The sundriness among dog breeds arose from needed to theen these many brookings. Full-grown bucks are known as studs, while full-grown does are known as bitches. The young are known as whelps.

Tamed dogs got their wild ways from their wolf forebearers, who would have been wild pack hunters with many handy kinds of body speech. These kinds of inborn wits make dogs good at their playfulness and skills to fit into households, and these knacks have given dogs a friendly bond with men that has let them become one of the most booming wights on Earth today.