#1. House Dogs
The House Dogs are loyal, dependent dogs that rely on their human pals. Whether it's a sunny day or a rainy day, these loving dogs are always out to play. These dogs go to the Tribes when they go outside if their humans allow them. They're still the House Dogs they are and are the second sweetest dog! (Jackals are the sweetest!)
#2. Wild Dogs
These dogs have escaped from their human homes or have been born from the wild by another escaped dog or have been born in the wild. They have a big thing against humans and always tell dramatic stories around a campfire about their humans being brutal to them. They are strong and refusal to the word "No.".
These animals are bound warriors. There's always a flame bursting through their colored eyes as they battle with other foxes their kind. These animals are extremely intelligent, sneaky, mysterious, beautiful, and sly to the core.
-Flare (V) @FoxLoverCutie
-Ginger (V) Acorn (S) @Fox4life15
-Kitsui (V) @cimorelli
-Luma (V) @4804177834
-Snowfall (V) @65Angels
These creatures you can find around many human nature and look a little creepy to see them at first. But once you get to know one of these dogs, you'll only then notice how loyal they actually are.
These dogs always are wearing a cheeky smile. They always have a trick up their sleeve. They are prone to a no prank policy.
These pals are hilarious like the Hyena tribe but are intelligent like the Foxes. They are loyal and resourceful. It's hard to prey on these creatures, they are cunning and have high alert standards.
These pals look like Foxes with powdered sugar thrown across their bodies making them the sweetest of the Tribes. They never need to go to school because they are intelligent like Dingoes and Foxes. They only choose if they want to go. (Same with the Foxes and Dingoes!)
-Jackie (V) @cs1732265
Make sure that when picking your animal to pick your eye color, height, weight, age, and more! It seems a bit extra, but it will definitely help you when roleplaying. (Don't forget Foxes, Jackals, and Dingoes; you can choose if you want to go to Dog School are not! It's up to you.)
These playful dogs are only toddlers and love to play around with others kits their age. They have lighter colors than older dogs and can't participate in Dog School or fighting lessons until they are out of Young Pups Pre! (Preschool)
With their names similar to the Kits, these are foxes just a little above the Kit age when they can start Dog School but not the fighting lessons just yet.
These angst dogs don't like to hold long conversations with other dogs they may like and dogs they may not. They are moody sometimes, but they can hold a grudge.
These dogs are turning the path to adulthood and like to help the world around them. They stay at the afterschool club: "Care! Share! Where? Here!" otherwise called: "Cubs that Care!".
These dogs are more mature and stick to the rules, which younger dogs such as Kits and Kids don't appreciate as their former rivals.
These are older dogs and know more about history than the other dogs. They have certain rules such as different actions they can do and different foods they eat. They have retired from fighting and only can give advice to Teens and Students learning how to become a warrior adult.
These dogs are very old and rather being slow, steady, and careful, they are ready to start a fight. They are karate masters but they can't help it if they strain a paw or two.
Your age can depend on mood swings and others such as what your dog is capable on doing. Some other dogs may give you certain nicknames on your age, nice or not.
This dog doesn't exactly have a role in these Tribes. They come to the Tribes rather to learn than work.
These are the dogs that fight and are mature and straightforward. Never silly, they won't laugh to a Hyena's jokes. (Unless they are a Hyena themself!)
#3. Nursing Dog
These dogs give dogs their medicine and are doctors to them. Their dens are stowed away in a safe area so that robbers can't strip them of their resources.
The scandals of the Tribes! May rob anydog.
It doesn't matter if you aren't a fox, you'll ALWAYS be called a Vixen. These are the females. The ones who do most den work.
The sires are what male House Dogs or Wild Dogs may be called, but these are what we call the men. According to the Nursing Dogs, they may be stronger than some Vixens.