The dog is a well-known animal. It is a four-footed animal. It is a faithful friend of man. In its wild sate, it becomes very dangerous. The English love it very much. People love it for its service. In the ‘Mahabharat’ we read about Yudhishtira’s dog.
Dogs are of many kinds. There are bull dogs, grey hounds, blood hounds and lap dogs. The dog is a flesh eater. It has sharp teeth. Its teeth are very helpful in tearing meat. It has a long or a short tail and straight ears. It has thin legs. They help it in running very fast. All over its body there are short thick hairs. Some dogs have long and bent ears. Its eyes, teeth and nose are of peculiar type. Some dogs are tall and others are small.
The dog eats many things. The European dogs are fond of eating meat. Wild dogs live on flesh. A tame dog changes its food. It eats ordinary bread. Indian gods can eat meat, but they generally live on bread, rice and milk. In short, a dog may eat anything its come upon when it is hungry.
The dogs serve us in many wars. It is the most useful domestic animals. It is a source of happiness to young. Boys and girls love to play with it. It is useful in doing other jobs. Trained gods carry messages and do many other wonderful things. Hounds catch the prey. In cold countries the dog draws the sledge. New found land dogs are very good simmers. They save children from being drowned. The policemen use dogs in tracing out thieves and criminals. On mountain paths dogs carry sacks of bread and bottles of water. Many dogs have saved the lives of travelers. In the First World War, dogs proved to be good nurses and guards. Red Cross dogs serve friends and foes equally. A shepherd cannot do without a dog. A sheep-dog is the most intelligent of all dogs. It helps its master in looking after his sheep.
Some dogs have an idea of time also. A dog used to accompany its mistress every day when she used to go tout for a walk, but it did not go on Sundays, when she went to church.
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