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According to Bob, Tibetan Temple Dogs are scions of a celestial being called a Foo Dog[Footnote 1] and a mortal canine. They first appear in Blood Rites.

DescriptionEdit

Mostly sentinels, they keep an eye for dark spirits or dark energy, guard the people or places they're supposed to and alert to dangers present. They are intelligent, very loyal, tough, and can seriously kick ass. They are not bullet proof; they can be killed like anything else.[1]

Their physical appearance is of a Tibetan Mastiff.[Footnote 2](reference needed) Their bark has spiritual power. It can be heard 50–60miles away, and can penetrate into Nevernever, driving away noncorporeal entities.[1] Temple Dogs can bite spirits.[1]

In the seriesEdit

Blood RitesEdit

In Blood Rites, on request of Brother Wang, Harry Dresden rescues a litter of Tibetan Temple puppies from an abandoned old school building, being chased by monkey-demons with black wings and flaming poo fire-balls.[2] One of the puppies has stowed away in his car and growls a squeaky warning as a vampire approaches the car.[3] It's too late to return the puppy, the contact number for Brother Wang has been cut off, and Dresden adopts the pup, naming him Mouse.[4]

Proven GuiltyEdit

In Proven Guilty, Charity Carpenter describes Mouse as a "Caucasian", meaning Caucasian Shepherd Dog.[Footnote 3][5]

White NightEdit

Temple Dog

Foo Dog

In White Night, when the Ordo Lebes is trapped in Ash's apartment, Mouse repeatedly lets out with an extremely loud bark. The scale of it is similar to a Civil Defense storm warning and blindingly loud when near it. Harry Dresden describes it like a flood of sound, a solid living cascade rattling one's brain. All of the residents wake and vacate safely without panic. The Ordo is able to escape along with them.[6]

Ancient Mai made Temple Dog statues to assist the Wardens with security.[1][7]

"Zoo Day"Edit

In "Zoo Day", Harry Dresden fails to rescue all of the puppies from Mouse's litter: the two largest pups rremained in the kidnappers' hands, and have grown up into rather evil creatures. Their associates are interested in both Dresden and Maggie.[8]

NotesEdit

  1. Foo Dog - wikipedia
  2. Tibetan Mastiff - wikipedia
  3. Caucasian Shepherd Dog - wikipedia

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 White Night, ch. 14
  2. Blood Rites, ch. 1
  3. Blood Rites, ch. 2
  4. Blood Rites, ch. 42
  5. Proven Guilty, ch. 33
  6. White Night, ch. 12
  7. Turn Coat, ch. 14
  8. "Zoo Day"