Alaskan Malamute. The North American Veterinary ®Licensing Examination (NAVLE) is developed through a collaboration between the ICVA and the NBME. © Kent & Donna Dannen They have five toes on their front feet and four toes on their hind feet, and they walk on their toes! However, these are the only subspecies* we’ve included.

From WikiFur, the furry encyclopedia. Species in this family have long, pointed snouts; long legs; and padded feet with non-retractible claws. This list contains all of the currently recognised dog species. Canine species. Jump to: navigation, search. This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total. Found throughout the world, canines tend to be slender long-legged animals with long muzzles, bushy tails, and erect pointed ears. This is a list of canines ordered alphabetically by genus. Subcategories.

Let's hope that they can stay that way. In the case of the Grey Wolf (Canis Lupus) we’ve included two well-known subspecies: the Dingo (Canis lupus dingo), and the Domestic Dog (Canis lupus familiaris). Canines, also called canids, include foxes, wolves, jackals, and other members of the dog family (Canidae).

Most species are omnivorous, but meat is an important part of their diet. genus Atelocynus Canine, (family Canidae), also called canid, any of 36 living species of foxes, wolves, jackals, and other members of the dog family. (See also carnivore; mammalogy.) Category:Canine species. We felt that a list of dog species would be incomplete without them! Luckily, though, most canine species appear to be relatively stable for now.

Species > Canids > Canine species. Canidae are built for endurance, …

1 NAVLE Diagnoses by Species Aquatics Bovine Camelidae and Cervidae Canine Equine Feline Other Small Mammal Ovine and Caprine Pet Bird Porcine Poultry Reptile They are found throughout the world and tend to be slender long-legged animals with long muzzles, bushy tails, and erect pointed ears. There are 34 species in this family, and they are found in all areas of the world, except for Antarctica.