…and is aghast when he finds out it’s a woman
The Doclopedia #601
A New Breed Of Dog: Teleporting Terrier
On Earth 83, many creatures have strange powers and the friendly little Teleporting Terrier is one of them. Weighing in at only 15 pounds and standing just 8 inches tall, these wire haired little dogs can teleport themselves up to 20 feet in whatever direction they are looking. This makes them both a very sought after hunting dog and a very challenging pet.
With their little upright ears, happy faces and light brown coats, these dogs are bound to capture people’s hearts. However, prospective owners should know that all that natural terrier energy, plus the teleporting power, can lead to many problems unless the dog is well trained at a young age. Fortunately, this is easy to do.
Contrary to popular belief, they cannot teleport through windows or into closed rooms or refrigerators. They can only teleport in a clear and unobstructed line of sight. Usually, this line of sight puts them on a human lap or near a piece of food. If left alone and unsupervised, it can put them on shelves or counters or large appliances, all places where they can get up to no good.
The Doclopedia #602
A New Breed Of Dog: Kobold Riding Dog
On several fantasy worlds, Kobolds are a race with distinct canine features. On some of these worlds, the Kobolds have bred large dogs as riding animals.
Kobold Riding Dogs have a wolfish appearance, but are longer legged and lighter framed than wolves. They can run full speed for well over an hour and require only a short rest and some food & water before starting out again. At a trot, they can go for as long as three hours.
The Kobolds love their dogs and the dogs, though large, live in their homes with them. They are generally gentle, although some Kobold kingdoms do breed War Dogs, which are very wolf like. Riding Dogs are not suited for most battle situations, but they are used for the Messenger Corps.
Kobold Riding Dogs come in white, black and all shades in between.