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Heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis) is a parasitic roundworm that is spread from host to host through the bites of mosquitoes. The heartworm is a type of filaria, a small thread-like worm. The definitive host is the dog but it can also infect cats, wolves, coyotes, foxes and other animals, such as ferrets, sea lions and even, under very rare circumstances, humans. The parasite is commonly called "heartworm"; however, that is a misnomer because the adult actually resides in the pulmonary…

Heartworm (Dirofilaria immitis) is a parasitic roundworm that is spread from host to host through the bites of mosquitoes. The heartworm is a type of filaria, a small thread-like worm. The definitive host is the dog but it can also infect cats, wolves, coyotes, foxes and other animals, such as ferrets, sea lions and even, under very rare circumstances, humans. The parasite is commonly called "heartworm"; however, that is a misnomer because the adult actually resides in the pulmonary…

Coyote is playful and fun loving and is usually found to the South on the Medicine Wheel.  Coyote reminds us to bring the happy childlike quality into our adult lives. When Coyote has something to say, the communication is usually clear. Coyote reminds us to keep humor and bring the child in us out to play. Read more about Native American Animal Symbolism...

Coyote is playful and fun loving and is usually found to the South on the Medicine Wheel. Coyote reminds us to bring the happy childlike quality into our adult lives. When Coyote has something to say, the communication is usually clear. Coyote reminds us to keep humor and bring the child in us out to play. Read more about Native American Animal Symbolism...

Akbash Dog / Turkish Shepherd / Akbaş Çoban Köpeği / Akbas Coban Kopegi    The Akbash Dog was developed in medieval Turkey for guarding sheep. Today it is often used against coyotes in the American West. It is suspicious of strangers, whether canine or human, adult or child, and does not train easily. The Akbash is not recommended for urban living. Its combination of topcoat & undercoat provide good protection from cold.Akbash dog Pinned from en.wikipedia.org:

Akbash Dog / Turkish Shepherd / Akbaş Çoban Köpeği / Akbas Coban Kopegi The Akbash Dog was developed in medieval Turkey for guarding sheep. Today it is often used against coyotes in the American West. It is suspicious of strangers, whether canine or human, adult or child, and does not train easily. The Akbash is not recommended for urban living. Its combination of topcoat & undercoat provide good protection from cold.Akbash dog Pinned from en.wikipedia.org:

The Maned Wolf is the largest canine species in South America. But it isn't a wolf (or a fox) at all. It's actually a member of its own genus! Although due to its coloring, many people refer to it as a "red fox on stilts." Their mane, which runs from the back of the head to shoulders, can be erected in order to intimidate other animals or if it feels threatened.  (The fur looked more red in other photos, but the mane was more evident in this one.)      from The Featured Creature

The Maned Wolf is the largest canine species in South America. But it isn't a wolf (or a fox) at all. It's actually a member of its own genus! Although due to its coloring, many people refer to it as a "red fox on stilts." Their mane, which runs from the back of the head to shoulders, can be erected in order to intimidate other animals or if it feels threatened. (The fur looked more red in other photos, but the mane was more evident in this one.) from The Featured Creature

The maned wolf has often been described as "a red fox on stilts" owing to its similar coloration and overall appearance, though it is much larger than a red fox and belongs to a different genus. The adult animal stands 67 to 107 cm (26 to 42 in) tall at the shoulder

The maned wolf has often been described as "a red fox on stilts" owing to its similar coloration and overall appearance, though it is much larger than a red fox and belongs to a different genus. The adult animal stands 67 to 107 cm (26 to 42 in) tall at the shoulder

Akbash Dog / Turkish Shepherd / Akbaş Çoban Köpeği / Akbas Coban Kopegi    The Akbash Dog was developed in medieval Turkey for guarding sheep. Today it is often used against coyotes in the American West. It is suspicious of strangers, whether canine or human, adult or child, and does not train easily. The Akbash is not recommended for urban living. Its combination of topcoat & undercoat provide good protection from cold.Akbash dog Pinned from en.wikipedia.org

Akbash Dog / Turkish Shepherd / Akbaş Çoban Köpeği / Akbas Coban Kopegi The Akbash Dog was developed in medieval Turkey for guarding sheep. Today it is often used against coyotes in the American West. It is suspicious of strangers, whether canine or human, adult or child, and does not train easily. The Akbash is not recommended for urban living. Its combination of topcoat & undercoat provide good protection from cold.Akbash dog Pinned from en.wikipedia.org

This is what Patch looks like but he has one ear that's a bit droopy. He's the same breed as this canine.  Kitten the Coyote-Dog by Coyote-Walker.deviantart.com on @deviantART

This is what Patch looks like but he has one ear that's a bit droopy. He's the same breed as this canine. Kitten the Coyote-Dog by Coyote-Walker.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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