11 Animal that looks same to same like a dog

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1. African Wild Dog African wild dogs are medium-sized dogs that come from Sub-Saharan Africa. They are also known by the names bat-ear dogs or bat-ear dog.

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2. Albino Tanuki The Albino Tanuki is a Japanese raccoon breed called Nyctereutes viverrinus. It is a rare cane species that is endemic in Japan's Central Alps. 

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3. Dhole (Asiatic Wild Dog) Dhole is also known as Indian wild dog or red-fox-dog. This is not a Canis familiaris dog. 

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4. Australian Dingo Australian dingos can be described as a mix of dogs and wolves. Experts don't know where dingos came from. 

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5. Bush Dog Bush dogs are small, wild canines that aren’t widely known. They can be found in Panama, Central America and other areas. 

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6. Coyote A North American canine species, the coyote is closely related with the wolf. 

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7. Fox Foxes are an omnivorous mammal that belonged to Canidae Family. Due to their close genetic similarity, dogs and foxes share many physical traits. 

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8. Jackal Canidae's Canidae subtribe Canina has medium-sized Jackals, which are omnivorous, omnivorous mammals. They are closely related both to dogs and wolves and coyotes as well as foxes and foxes. 

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9. Short-Eared Dog Amazon short-eared dogs (also known as small-eared Zorros, or small-eared Zorros) are a lesser-known breed that lives in South America's Amazon rainforest. 

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10. Tanuki (or Raccoon Dog) Tanuki, or raccoon dogs, look very similar to North American raccoons. Tanuki seems to have evolved independently. 

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11. Wolf The canine family includes Jackals, dogs and foxes. Wolves are part of the canine family. They are also the ancestor of modern dogs. 

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