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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

The dog is small mammal in the order Carnivora native to Earth. Dogs were domesticated from wolves relatively recently by the humans. Over time, the dog has developed into hundreds of breeds with a great degree of variation. For example, heights at the withers range from just a few inches to roughly three feet, and colours range from white to black, with reds, grays, and browns occurring in a tremendous variation of patterns. Dogs, like humans, are highly social creatures, which accounts for their trainability, playfulness and ability to fit into human households.

Notes

  • K-9 was made in the form of a dog, but was given advanced technology and human level intelligence. (DW: The Invisible Enemy)
  • A type of dog is found on Barcelona. The only known difference between them and Earth dogs is their lack of noses. (The standard joke, which the Ninth Doctor references, is "But how do they smell?"--to which the answer is "Terrible!") (DW: The Parting of the Ways)
  • Rose was a small female dog that belonged to Jackie and Pete Tyler in an alternate version of Earth, referred to as "Pete's World" by the Doctor. Rose represented the alternate version of Rose Tyler - the daughter of Jackie and the deceased Pete Tyler in the Doctor's native universe. (DW: Rise of the Cybermen)
  • The dog Teazel was captured by Zygons and the warlod Brelarn used his Body Print, as dogs can go where they like. (NSA: Sting of the Zygons)
  • During their time in Victorian England the Cybermen created a minion race known as Cybershades which were created using the brains of cats and DOGS.
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Memory-beta

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Porthos, the pet dog of Jonathan Archer.

A dog (Canis lupus familiaris) was a type of mammalian animal found on a number of class M worlds, including Earth and Cardassia.

On Earth the dog is a subspecies of the wolf, and was one of the first animals to be domesticated by Humans. There were a wide variety of breeds of dogs, with different sizes, temperaments, and type of coats. Dogs were often kept as pets by Humans, and were also used for a variety of other tasks.

Jonathan Archer had a male beagle named Porthos that he took with him on board the Enterprise (NX-01). Porthos stayed with Archer for his entire time as captain of the Enterprise. (ENT episode: "Broken Bow", et al.)

As children, James and Sam Kirk owned a Golden Lab named Lady. When she became too old and ill, the boys begged to have her cloned, but their father refused, telling them they needed to respect the pet's life and death. (TOS novel: Prime Directive) Years later, in the 2270s and 2280s, Kirk owned another dog, a male Great Dane named Butler. (TNG movie & novelization: Generations)

As a child, Elias Vaughn had a dog, as did Miles O'Brien. (DS9 novel: Avatar; DS9 episode: "The Forsaken")

During a Starfleet command officer cocktail party aboard Starbase 32 in 2333, Jean-Luc Picard overheard several guests discussing a sobering situation that one of them had found themselves in. Wishing to join the conversation, Picard asked if they were discussing a hostile force or undiscovered phenomenon, to which one of the guests replied that he was talking about putting his dog to sleep. (SGR novel: Gauntlet)

The USS Enterprise-D once carried a litter of puppies that Deanna Troi brought her child Ian to play with. (TNG episode: "The Child")

Lieutenant Aquiel Uhnari kept a large dog which she had named Maura. Maura was killed in 2369 by a coalescent organism, which subsequently assumed the dog's form. (TNG episode: "Aquiel")

The Cardassian High Gul and his wife owned a Cardassian dog. After the High Gul had been put into stasis the dog lived another six years. (DS9 novel: Station Rage)

After having accidentally traveled back in time to 1947 along with Quark, Rom, and Nog on board Quark's ship, the Changeling Odo disguised himself as a German Shepherd dog in order to avoid detection by army officials. (DS9 episode: "Little Green Men")

There was at least one hound dog in the Q Continuum. (New Worlds, New Civilizations short story: "Beyond Horizons")

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Muppet

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Fallout

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Fallout/Fallout 2/Fallout 3/Fallout Tactics/Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel creature
Dog
variations: Dog
Raider Guard Dog
Scavenger's Dog
Vicious Dog
Wild Dog
location: All around the Wastes


In Fallout world, Dogs are little different from the ones found in our world, although they have become feral and vicious in order to survive in the harsh environment of the Wasteland. Even so, just as they have in ages past, many dogs have remained faithful and beloved companions to men and women. Arguably, the most famous of these post-nuclear canines was Dogmeat, the companion of the Vault Dweller.

Though most breeds of dogs remain largely un-mutated by radiation exposure, some modified or mutant varieties do exist. The centaurs are mutants created by mixing dog, human and brahmin DNA in FEV vats. Dogs were also subject to Enclave experiments, which resulted in cyberdogs.

The following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.

Dogs in Fallout Tactics are a common sight in Wasteland. They used by many factions, like Brotherhood of Steel, raiders, and even super mutants, as loyal guardians and attacking force. There are groups of wild dogs, that could be encountered in Macomb and during the travels in the Wasteland.

The following is based on Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel and has not been confirmed by canon sources.

Dogs in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel are used by many inhabitants of the wastes. Several different types of this animal could be seen.

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Fallout, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics

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Dog

SPECIAL
Statistic Value
Strength 3
Perception 3
Endurance 6
Charisma 1
Intelligence 1
Agility 5
Luck 3
XP {{{XP}}}
Derived Statistics
Statistic Value
Carry Weight 100
Sequence 6
Hit Points 14
Healing Rate 2
Armor Class 5
Action Points 7
Critical Chance 3
Unarmed Damage 0
Melee Damage 5
Defense
Type Resistance Threshold
Normal 15% 0%
Laser 15% 0%
Fire 15% 0%
Plasma 15% 0%
Explosive 10% 0%
Electrical 20% 0%
EMP 500% 0%
Poison 30%
Radiation 12%
Skills
Skill Value
Small Guns 0
Big Guns 0
Energy Weapons 0
Unarmed 29%
Melee Weapons 0%
Throwing 0


Wild Dog

Wild Dog
SPECIAL
Statistic Value
Strength 4
Perception 7
Endurance 7
Charisma 1
Intelligence 1
Agility 6
Luck 5
XP {{{XP}}}
Derived Statistics
Statistic Value
Carry Weight 125
Sequence 14
Hit Points 25
Healing Rate 2
Armor Class 14
Action Points 8
Critical Chance 5
Unarmed Damage 0
Melee Damage 7
Defense
Type Resistance Threshold
Normal 20% 0%
Laser 20% 0%
Fire 20% 0%
Plasma 20% 0%
Explosive 15% 0%
Electrical 25% 0%
EMP 500% 0%
Poison 35%
Radiation 14%
Skills
Skill Value
Small Guns 0
Big Guns 0
Energy Weapons 0
Unarmed 32%
Melee Weapons 0%
Throwing 0


See also

Fallout 3

Variations

See these individual pages for statistics for dogs in Fallout 3:

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Raider Dog in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Variations

Dog

A normal dog seen in towns like Carbon. Friendly animal living with townsfolk. If the Initiate of the Brotherhood of Steel has a perk Man's Best Friend, he gets a dog companion, who will attack his enemies.

Raider Dog

Specially trained killers, these dogs wear spiked armor and highly agressive.

Poison Dog

These dogs are common to ghoul city of Los. High level of radiation caused them to become glowing, poisonous, radioactive beasts, like some ghouls and radscorpions. The Church of the Lost uses them as it's enforcers.

Van Buren

The following is based on Van Buren and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
Dog in Van Buren

Dogs were also going to feature in the cancelled Van Buren, taking place in American southwest.

Appearances

Dogs appear in all Fallout games.

Creatures in the Fallout games

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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The dog found outside of Kaineng Center
The dog found behind the gate in Shing Jea Arena

There is a dog outside of Kaineng Center and behind the gate found in Shing Jea Arena.

Notes

  • The dog appears to be a pug.

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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

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"I would have been your daddy, but the dog beat me over the fence!"
Avery Johnson, taunting an enemy
Two dogs are seen walking around an Old Mombasa street.

Dogs, also known by their scientific name Canis lupus familiaris, and colloquially known as "man's best friend", are a semi-sentient mammal native to Earth and have a long history of domestication by humans. Dogs are meat-eaters, but have get used to eat different kinds of food when living with humans. Dogs usually have from 3 to 6 puppies per pregnancy, which lasts about 3 months, considerably shorter than human's . They are often kept as personal companions by human owners, who will look after the dog and take care of its food. Dogs also serve as patrols in the military[1], tracking suspects and detecting illegal substances in police forces, etc.

Dogs were likely first domesticated by humans in East Asia, the lineage splitting from wolves approximately 100,000 years ago. Since then, they have maintained close links with humans in many ways.

References

  1. Halo: Ghosts of Onyx

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

This is a disambiguation page. A number of articles are associated with the title Dog.
NOTE: If an internal link referred you to this page, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.


Dog may refer to:

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Named dogs

  • Bpo Bpo, Sun's dog who was given as a gift when a puppy by Jin, originally given to him by Secretary Byung Han
  • Buster, Hurley's dog, mentioned in passing in "...And Found"
  • Cerberus, referenced on the blast door map
  • Madison, one of the dogs that plays Vincent
  • Panchito, Sister Consuela's dog
  • Pono, one of the dogs that plays Vincent
  • Vincent, a labrador retriever who has been cared for by Brian Porter, Michael and Walt, and Shannon
  • Ms. Honolulu, Jack Bender's dog
  • Holden, owned by Tracey R

Unnamed dogs

  • The golden retriever that was adopted by Locke's mother when his sister Jeannie died, as related in "Outlaws"
  • The "lost dog" depicted on a flyer that Locke removes from his windshield in the parking lot before getting hit by the golden Pontiac in "Deus Ex Machina"
  • The dog a child beat to death with a shovel in a story Eko relates in "Three Minutes"
  • The dog depicted in a painting in Jacob's cabin
  • Dogs in the veterinarian's office in "The Economist"
  • A woman is holding a dog in the Parisian cafe where Sayid worked (image) "Enter 77"
  • A dog is lying on the lawn outside the Oxford University building where Faraday worked (image) "Confirmed Dead". This dog is Ms. Honolulu
  • A dog is visible chasing goats near the Nigerian soccer field in Eko's childhood (image) "The Cost of Living". This dog is Ms. Honolulu
  • When Hurley is looking for clothing he considers buying an "I Love My Wire Haired" shirt with Ms. Honolulu on it but buys an "I Love my Shih Tzu" instead.

The Lost Experience

See also


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Dog disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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A Dog is an animal in RuneScape that may be harmful or benign. There are several kinds of dogs in RuneScape.

These dogs can be a Slayer assignment for 'dogs':

  • Guard dog - Level 44.
  • Wild dog - Level 63, Brimhaven Dungeon. There is a cave in Brimhaven Dungeon with nothing but wild dogs in it; this is a convenient place to breeze through this slayer assignment.
  • Jackal - Level 27

This dog can be a Slayer assignment for 'terror dogs':

These dogs cannot be attacked:

  • Sheepdog, a dog in a farm house north of Port Sarim, looks to be a Border Collie.
  • Stray dogs in Varrock, though they may be shooed or fed food and they will react the same way as the Sheepdog.
  • Sinclair Mansion guard dog in a pen.
  • An NPC dog on the farm just south-east of Falador looks to be a German Shepherd.
  • Two dogs in a cave under The Hollows.

These dogs are related to quests only:

  • Bouncer (General Khazard's dog) - Level 137, in Fight Arena quest.

These dogs are part of the Summoning skill:

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ST Expanded

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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File:Talz and Dog.JPG
Dog
Designation

Non-sentient,[1] with at least one sentient exception[2]

Planet of origin

Various (including Tatooine,[3] Maramere[4])

Hair color

Various

Distinctions

Canine

Dogs were domesticated animals noted for their keen sense of smell[1] and their barking vocalizations.[5] They were often kept as pets by Humans[3] and other species, such as Talz[4]. A similar, more wild canid, was a wolf.

In their youth, both Luke Skywalker[3] and Lando Calrissian owned dogs, though tragically, Lando's was run over by a speeder. The memory would haunt Calrissian for years to come.[6] Likewise, Luke would reflect upon his pet as he left the Tatoo system for the first time on the Millennium Falcon.[3] Ken sometimes wished he had a pet dog or cat instead of a pet mooka.[5] The K-9 series companion droids were designed to imitate a dog in both appearance and behavior.[7]

Several other creatures, such as the akk dog and the Cyborrean battle dog, may have been related to dogs, or named for dogs due to similar behavior and habits.

"Dog" was also sometimes used as a term of contempt. A Mandalorian mercenary once referred to the bounty hunter Durge as Jaing's "dog."[8] Likewise, while C-3PO's head was temporarily attached to a B-1 battle droid's body during the Battle of Geonosis, he was heard to shout, "Die, Jedi dogs!"[9] Han Solo once said of Gamorreans that "[they] are as dumb as a box of rocks and sleep like a dog."[10] A more complimentary idiom was "top dog," which Canderous Ordo once used to mean the top bounty hunter on Taris.[11]

Though most mentions of dogs referred to non-sentient domestic animals, at least one sentient being existed who was only identified as a "dog." This being was an associate of the mercenary bunny Max.[2]

Behind the scenes

As with most Earth animals featured in the Star Wars canon, the status and origins of the dog remain a mystery. Quite a few organisms in the Star Wars galaxy have obvious real-world analogues that share the same name, such as ducks; rabbits; horses; chickens; frogs; cats; and, of course, Humans.

Dog-related words such as hound,[12] cur,[13] pup,[14] or puppy[15][16] are used figuratively in some sources. These may be further examples of the place of dogs in the culture of the Star Wars galaxy.

Appearances

Sources

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 Cantina Communications
  2. 2.0 2.1 Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II: The Official Strategy Guide
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (novel)
  4. 4.0 4.1 Starfighter: Crossbones
  5. 5.0 5.1 Lost City of the Jedi
  6. Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon
  7. The Lost Jedi Adventure Game Book
  8. Prototypes
  9. Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
  10. The Paradise Snare
  11. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
  12. Star Wars 11: Star Search
  13. "Chessa's Doom" - Star Wars Adventure Journal 1 and other appearances of the Black Curs
  14. Star Wars 12: Doomworld
  15. Star Wars 36: Red Queen Rising
  16. Star Wars 37: In Mortal Combat

See also

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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File:Dog.gif
This creature is in the Mammals class.
Dog

20 Hit points
0 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: 220/220 (Illusionable)
Abilities: None
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 0 hp per turn
Immune To: None.
Strong To:
Neutral To: Physical, Holy, Death, Fire, Energy, Ice, Earth, Drown, Life Drain
Weak To:
Sounds: "Wuff wuff".
Behavior: Dogs normally follow you around but will run on low health.
Field Notes: Dogs are harmless straying animals, but can be annoying when they get in your way.
Location: Isle of the Kings, North of the Thais temple, Lubos house, west of Carlin (with sheep), Edron north of castle and one south towards Ivory Towers, Liberty Bay (Silverhand Manor), Mintwallin central park and on the way to the old Mintwallin area, Factory Quarter (Yalahar).
Strategy: Just attack them and they will run or die shortly after.
Loot: Nothing. (Loot Statistics)
See also: Creatures.
Add historical information about this creature.
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