What Is a Dog's Habitat?


Dogs are commonly domesticated and can live in a variety of habitats. A dog can live in a region that surrounds the equator, the Polar Regions that surround both the south and north poles and any temperate region of the earth.
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Dogs live in or around human dwellings around the world.
Dogs are generally domesticated animals. Though there habitat need are similar to those of wolfs in the wild where hunt in packs, they are more comfortable under human care. Its most important needs are water shelter and food or prey.
A dog is a domesticated animal and is incapable of living in the wild and therefore its habitat is around the human environment. Wild dogs habitats range from the deciduous woodland and the long and short grass savannah to the thorny woodlands.
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