Top 10 Wild Dog Breeds in the World
Dingo: of Australia is its own species or a subspecies of a domestic dog that went feral or a type of wolf.
Red Fox: is the subject of nearly as many myths and tales as the gray wolf, but it’s not quite as persecuted.
Jackal: their characteristics depend on where they live. Most species live only in Africa, especially east and southern Africa, though the golden jackal can be found in Eurasia.
Red Wolf: is its own species or whether it is a cross between a gray wolf and a coyote or if it’s some kind of subspecies of the eastern wolf that lives in Canada.
African Wild Dog: with its lean body, huge ears, and coat that’s mottled white, black, and tan. Its coat has given it the scientific name of Lycaon pictus, which means painted wolf.
Coyote:found in most places in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, has a grizzled coat that’s yellowish around the ears, feet, and legs and gray and white everywhere else.
Maned Wolf:Found in central and eastern countries of South America, this wild dog is known for its disproportionately long legs and the dark mane on the back of its neck.
Arctic Fox:This little fox is known for the pure white coat it develops during winters in the Arctic, where it lives. In the summer the fox’s coat is gray.
Dhole: is also called the Asian Wild Dog. It is an average-sized dog that stands about 20 inches at the shoulder with a body length of about 35 inches with a 16 to 18-inch long tail.
Gray Wolf:has been the subject of mythology, persecution, and overall fascination for millennia. The biggest of the canids is often 3.25 to 5 feet long with a tail.