Translation of canine in Spanish:

canine

canino, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkanʌɪn//ˈkeɪnʌɪn//ˈkeɪˌnaɪn/

noun

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    Zoology
    canino masculine
    cánido masculine
    • The digital dog collar allows dog owners to record the activity of their canines and to monitor when and where their ‘pals’ are walking.
    • At Lackland, canines are also trained for drug detection.
    • These highly trained canines also make recovery efforts go faster.
    • The canines are good swimmers, and they have even colonized offshore islands, such as the Elizabeth Islands of Massachusetts.
    • Ulcers developed in rats and canines when 150 mm Hg pressure was applied for nine hours or 500 mm Hg pressure was applied for two hours.
    • The rust-colored canine, closely related to the gray wolf, lives in small, social packs that meet three times a day and occupy territories that span just a few miles.
    • Scientists have created eerie zombie dogs, reanimating the canines after several hours of clinical death in attempts to develop suspended animation for humans.
    • Pedigree or mongrel, the canines dislike it when their owners show affection for other dogs.
    • It's a mongrel canine bred to kill rats and to keep foxes trapped in their lairs until the hounds arrive for the kill.
    • If Scroffles the mangy mutt could turn into the beautiful Sam, then there really is hope for all the stray canines.
    • As every dog-lover knows, canines can sense a meal a mile away.
    • The canines' handlers sit nearby to help facilitate the interaction.
    • Among these gainfully employed canines, there's a range of occupations, from seeing-eye and guard dogs to sheep herders and hunting dogs.
    • The chief has puffed eyes and dark under-eye circles, thanks to ceaseless barking by stray canines in the vicinity of the Thackeray residence.
    • From dawn until dusk, there are dozens of things for humans and canines to do together: sports, games, lectures, contests, and crafts.
    • Like vampires, they had sharp teeth of all canines, meant for ripping and tearing, but unlike the vampires, they had two fangs that curved down over their lower lips.
    • Late last January, several chemical-detection canines began work in the field alongside their handlers.
    • Unveiling plans to rid the city of stray canines, the Governor has urged city residents to eat more dog meat.
    • The title Wolf alludes to Wolfgang as well as to feral canines: the dog pack is a counterpart to the human pack.
    • Generations of East Texans had hunted deer with dogs, depending on the howling canines to roust deer from the region's thickets.
    • The owls were picked from the birds of prey, wolves from canines, dolphins from sea mammals.
    • This case illustrates that infection with C canimorsus may be seen after even casual exposure to a pet canine, with ominous results.
    • They're search-and-rescue dogs - working canines from a wide mix of breeds.
    • But contrary to popular belief, he said, the canines don't devour large amounts of garbage or vast numbers of family pets.
    • No, it was not a dog's head but probably of one of the wild canines; a wolf or perhaps a jackal.
    • As the name suggests, these canines hunt by sight rather than scent.
  • 2also canine tooth

    canino masculine
    diente canino masculine
    colmillo masculine

adjective

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    canino
    our canine friends nuestros amigos los perros
    • Some of the extra curricular activities include search and rescue, first aid for dogs, as well as lectures on wolf behavior, doggie massage, and canine nutrition.
    • Former banker Neil Kittredge, from Alverstoke, is one of the UK's new breed of canine behaviour consultants.
    • In science, the best one can do is observe the behavior of dogs in natural and controlled settings, and then, on that basis, make testable inferences about canine cognition.
    • Initially the animals may appear healthy, but most die within days, he said, often from canine illnesses like parvo, distemper, and giardia.
    • There's no need for participating animals to be specially skilled - but if you think you know a canine genius or feline mastermind, now's the time to prove it.
    • They include dog massage, canine anatomy, behavioural science and dog psychology.
    • Hence canine genetic sequences will prove useful for research on, among other things, cancer and autoimmune disorders.
    • At the nearby Scott Base, seals are infected with canine distemper, a virus passed to them by researchers' dogs.
    • Nearly 80 percent of dogs exposed to the virus contract only a mild form of the disease, which mimics kennel cough - a type of canine bronchitis that is rarely serious.
    • Though researchers are busy working on vaccines for plague and canine distemper, such tools are still a long way off.
    • Rhoda, a racing greyhound, contracted canine influenza in Florida in 2003.
    • To counter the image, advisors suggested he get a canine companion.
    • Vets are advising owners of unvaccinated puppies in particular to be on their guard for the parvo virus, or canine distemper, which can kill dogs in a matter of days.
    • A canine team can also examine 400 to 500 packages in about 30 minutes, a fraction of the time a human inspection would consume.
    • Scientists have completed a rough sketch of the canine genome.
    • The main cause for the decline of foxes on Santa Catalina Island is the rapid spread of canine distemper, which is transmitted by dogs.
    • Is a canine version of cognitive behavioural therapy the answer?
    • Llamas instinctively guard against canine attacks, possibly because their natural herd instincts have wired them to chase off predators.
    • More than 100 canine teams are trained each year at the facility.
    • But therein might lie one secret of canine intelligence.