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And elongated, its nose not very sharp. "Its head is compressed The eyes are oblique, the pupils expression is that of a coarse, ill- The round, the irides light-brown. natured Persian greyhound, without any resemblance to the jackal, the fox, or the wolf; and in consequence essentially distinct from the Cams Quao, or Sumatrensis of General Hardwicke. what rounded Ears long, erect, and some- without any replication of the tragus. " This dog was called at the top, Kolsun by the natives, and some two years later Colonel Sykes had an opporThe report thereon tunity to compare some of them with the Buansu.
Antarcticus, the Falkland Islands variety, and D. Fulvipes, the dunfooted aguara, which is a short-legged foxy-looking animal. also put all the dogs into a This terminates the history of the dog up to the period at which he From here on the subjects must be treated assumes breed characteristics. specifically by varieties, each under its own heading, as a distinct of the large and wonderfully differing family of the dog. member CHAPTER THE DOG Of any Nor Nor With N THE HOUSE IN is more more pastime beast none faithful found, in house, plain, or woods, helps his master's person, or his goods, MOLLE.
Any hound almost, when it stands, will drop position when its stern, in motion. in but raise it Not one of at once to the conventional hound these Laikas approached any closer is a strict dividing line to the wolf than did his close relatives, so that there between dog and wolf that nature does not cross. Not alone that, but we do not find wolves attacking each other, nor dogs going on marauding parties against their kin, but between the wolf and the dog the animosity intense. Journals of Arctic voyages give many instances of wolves is attacking the dogs.