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I created Vampire Dog in honor of the legendary Chupacabra and also to recognize the intimate relationship between human beings and their dogs.
I am the proud owner of a German Spepherd dog and a 200 pound Great Dane...I love both of my dogs with all of my heart and, of course, I tell them every single day that they are the best dogs in the world!

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According to Simon & Shuster's Guide to dogs:
The first dog domesticated by man was a wolf. It is possible to date its appearance in most parts of the world to about twelve thousand years ago. The friendship between man and dog is one of the oldest and most lasting in history. In all vicissitues of life - in peace and war, in misery and in wealth, in art, hunting,defense,sport, in companionship and in scientific discovery - man has been accompanied by the dog. Recently, an English philosopher,wishing to confer a long - deserved tribute, defined the dog as "an honorary human being."

August, 2008

A Chupacabra - or "vampire dog" - blamed for a series of attacks on farm animals in Texas has been spotted by a police sheriff.

The Chupacabra, which literally translates as Goat Sucker, has taken on legendary status akin to Bigfoot in Latino circles. The mysterious animal has even appeared in books and films including Scooby-Doo and the Monster of Mexico. It has previously been sighted as far south as Chile and Argentina and as far north as the US state of Maine, and similar animals have been described in Russia and the Philippines.

The latest sighting took place in the town of Cuero, Texas, and was caught on a dashboard-mounted camera by deputy sheriff Brandon Riedel and his officer Ellie Carter. Carter stated: "We were checking fences when this thing jumped out at us. I shouted: 'It's a chupacabra!' I recognised it instantly from TV. It had big teeth, a big head, short legs in the front and long legs in back."
In August last year, a chupacabra was blamed for the deaths of around 30 chickens on a nearby farm. The animals were found drained of blood with two puncture marks in their otherwise uninjured bodies. The farm's owner, Phylis Canion, claimed to have discovered the carcasses of three strange animals, one of which she preserved in her freezer before handing it over for DNA analysis.

Texan scientists who investigated the case said the animal was likely to be a coyote, potentially crossed with a grey fox.