dog (part of speech: noun)
Doberman pinscher, boarhound, English setter, terrier, German shepherd, beagle, pointer, poodle, boxer, Afghan, setter, wolfhound, whippet, Great Dane, Pekinese, Aberdeen terrier, Irish wolfhound, Cairn terrier, Dalmatian, hound, husky, griffon, Yorkshire terrier, bloodhound, mastiff, chow, greyhound, Pomeranian, collie, French poodle, golden retriever, retriever, Irish setter, foxhound, dachshund, St. Bernard, bull terrier, Labrador retriever, pug, toy poodle, cocker spaniel, basset hound, Scotch terrier, Welsh terrier, Airedale, schnauzer, Siberian wolfhound, spitz, Borzoi, Chihuahua, sheep dog, Samoyed, dog, spaniel, bulldog
mammal (part of speech: noun)
giraffe, goat, pig, wombat, ermine, gopher, burro, cougar, stag, lynx, deer, cat, horse, mule, wallaby, elk, squirrel, echidna, ocelot, camelopard, possum, panda, mink, jackal, otter, mouse, tiger, ferret, cow, porcupine, donkey, rabbit, kangaroo, polecat, alpaca, gnu, coyote, hog, jaguar, sheep, raccoon, ibex, swine, skunk, cheetah, ass, dromedary, wolf, rat, buffalo, zebra, yak, cavy, elephant, puma, bear, opossum, sloth, chipmunk, mole, shrew, hedgehog, mongoose, bobcat, arctic fox, hare, weasel, ox, marmot, beaver, lemming, hyena, gazelle, antelope, panther, fox, camel, rhinoceros, llama, stoat, reindeer, chinchilla, sable, lion, platypus, caribou, hamster, koala, moose, hippopotamus, bison, leopard
- Tall and strong, the boy was as alert and suspicious as a dingo. - "Tropic Days", E. J. Banfield.
- The untimely yelp of a dingo some few yards in the jungle inspired a similar response from one of the men, and without shyness or reserve the boy and girl joined the throng, and all began to talk excitedly. - "Tropic Days", E. J. Banfield.
- He reached home as tired as " a dozen dogs and a dingo," and entertained his sisters and Bunty with a graphic account of the day's proceedings, dwelling lengthily on his own prowess and the manifold perils he had escaped. - "Seven Little Australians", Ethel Sybil Turner.