Ave Canem Ferocem

In your various adventures – on your various cruises, you’ve probably seen them – medium to small, rounded heads with pointy snouts, triangular stand-up ears, medium to short tails (usually with a curl), short (to really short) hair. From Asia to Australia to Polynesia to Mexico and South America, some are demonstrably “from there” – coming with the early homo sapien migrations. Others came later – brought by pioneers or sailors, and went feral. But it doesn’t seem to matter if they started out as beagles, terriers or whatever – they all seem to have gotten together and those that survived recreated that “particular look.” I haven’t read any scientific papers on the topic...

Tags: feral dogs invasive species

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You, what?  Want to know why wild dogs exist on every island?  For the same reason feral cats roam the islands.  Their claws keep ripping their tiny little condoms Big Smile.  Bwahahahaha

It is a dog east dog everywhere in our society.  My Latin is a little rusty. 

 

Except in Korea, where dogs are raised for human consumption.

The ASPCA just rescued 800 dogs destined to be eaten for their meat. They arrived in NY and are headed to shelters in NY, Pa, and elsewhere.

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