Norse mythology - Odin's hunting dogs Geri and Freki. Faithful and powerful, resembling Labradors.
In Greek myth, associated with Apollo, god of sun and arts. Swift and graceful, the Greyhound was considered his sacred animal.
In Inuit mythology, the Qiqirn is a white, hairy dog-like creature that guards the boundary between the living and spirit worlds.
Celtic myth's Lady of the Lake's loyal companion, a magical Spaniel. Detects danger, protects its mistress near water.
Dalmatians, with their spots resembling the jackal, are associated with Anubis, the Egyptian god of afterlife, often depicted with a jackal head.
Roman god Aesculapius had a dog companion, symbolizing healing and protection. Great Danes represent loyalty, healing, and vigilance.
Associated with ancient Egyptian mythology, highly regarded and depicted in tomb art. Believed to be sacred companions of the gods.
In Japanese folklore, associated with Inari, the fertility god depicted with fox messengers. Shiba Inu represents Inari's divine influence.