Swinedog

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Swinedog

Swinedog, Swinetyke or Pig-dog (Canis Sus) is an animal evolved from interbreed of pigs and dogs. It has pig's nozzle and tail, dog's lugs and legs, pale-blue eyes and bad reputation. Hair is striped as a zebra's or scap-stained. It's slight bigger than Elephantine Cat. In Germany, it's well-known by name Schweinhund and Germans make use of it at their slaughter. However their meat is tallowish and gally, but that doesn't matter to Germans, because they don't understand eating at all.

Appearance[edit]

The area of original appearance is most probably Central Europe and Northern Austrailia. Nowadays, swinedog can be seen mainly at Zoo or private breeds. In Czech is the biggest breeder Karel Gott.