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  • Lone Dog
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  • Lone Dogs have many reasons to become lone dogs. Most reasons seen in the series so far are because of dogs being abused or abandoned by their longpaws. Some other reasons are that the dog was born wild or left a pack, both which happened before. Lone Dogs must adapt to the wild and/or city/town, and learn how to hunt for themselves, not relying on any other dogs, though they do make friends and help each other sometimes, though it is rare. They can live anywhere as long as they can survive, and lone dogs from the city are sometimes referred to as 'city dogs'.
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  • "I'm a Lone Dog. I have to be on my own."
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  • The Empty City, page 263
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  • Lone Dogs have many reasons to become lone dogs. Most reasons seen in the series so far are because of dogs being abused or abandoned by their longpaws. Some other reasons are that the dog was born wild or left a pack, both which happened before. Lone Dogs must adapt to the wild and/or city/town, and learn how to hunt for themselves, not relying on any other dogs, though they do make friends and help each other sometimes, though it is rare. They can live anywhere as long as they can survive, and lone dogs from the city are sometimes referred to as 'city dogs'. Though not many are mentioned in the book, there are probably many out there. Lone dogs can be any gender, age, breed, size, etc. These things do not restrict them to not being lone dogs. Some of the lone dogs may come on some good terms with longpaws (ex. Lucky and the Food House longpaw).