All alone except for her loyal mutt Lupin, 18-year-old Suguri moves from the countryside to the big city to find a job and a new life. In her first job at a pet store, she meets an assortment of quirky dogs and even stranger owners. What she lacks in retail experience, she makes up for through her natural rapport with all things wagging and fluffy!
InuYasha is the protagonist of the series, aged at 17 in appearance and mindset. Born to a dog demon father and human mother, InuYasha is a half-dog demon who initially wants to use the power of the Sacred Shikon Jewel to become a full-fledged demon like his brother, Sesshomaru.
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Re: Dogs in Manga/Anime
I don't know if wolves are allowed, but here's some dogs or wolves:
FMA: the girl and her dog, which the dad then joins them together (HK "wipes" his eyes, I got something in my eye just now, uh huh!).
Elfen Lied, that's when I stopped watching it... I hate how dog brutality-death is used to symbolize evil... it's good for symbolizing evil... but I can't watch the dog get abused or killed-murdered... lots of story mediums use this theme symbology... sighs... (The Butterfly Effect movie, the psycho brother pours gasoline on the puppy and then the bag, puts the puppy in the bag, seals of the bag, and then lights it on fire... burning the puppy alive... you learn later though that he's "psycho" because he watched his sick pedo dad have his sister and his best friend make out... as his dad video taped and joined in with his own daughter... the movie has some awesome sci-fi stuff, but it's not a pleasant movie at all... it's been tamed down though with much of its more disturbing content removed for tv viewing, compared to its content in the theatres when it had come out)
Princess Mononoko. the mother-god wolf, and her two sibling wolves.
Wolf's Rain, not much needs be said, as it's THEE anime series about wolves.
Endless Waltz (sequal movie for Mobile Suit Gundam Wing). very brief scene with dog (it gets killed). Heero Yuy: "How many times must I kill that girl and her dog?"
Black Lagoon: Roberta's Blood Trail. some scenes of a wolf to symbolize Roberta
Hellsing. Well, one of Alucard's forms-souls is that of a hellhound, lol.
Asobi ni Iku yo! An anime series that is a Parody of many things found within animes, it involves (busty) cat-girls & race (nekos) vs (busty) dog-girl & race. It's kinda funny and enjoyable, you might want to take a look at it, as it's fun and silly. yes it has the fan-service for us guys, but I think it has a lot more stuff that is for girls' enjoyment. it's cute!
Blood C: I'm calling it a dog, lol.
Blood+: there's an episode with a dog in it, lol
Phantom: Requiem of the Phantom. A dog is used to symbolize Zwei, and I think there's some brief scenes of dogs within it too.
Soul Eater: that werewolf guy. Also is the brief scene with the dog that was possessed by Medusa, which she then transfers herself into the girl's body.
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