Wild dogs are eaten by whatever animal that is higher in the food chain and feel hungry. Most are ferocious and carnivorous so most of the time an animal that preys on the wild dog defeats it to get its dinner.
Asked in Eagles
Which animal is enemy of Eagle?
Eagles DO Have Enemies. Adults In North America Get Eaten By Wolverines, Wolves, Other Wild Dogs, Larger Eagles, Bears, Cougars, Bobcats And Lynxes. Young Get Eaten By Raccoons, Mink, Stoats, Weasels, Badgers, Foxes And Others. In Africa, They Get Eaten By African Wild Dogs, Leopards, Genets, Servals, Caracals, Other Wild Dogs, Honey Badgers, Wildcats And Other Martial Eagles. In South America, They Get Eaten By Jaguars, Ocelots, Margays, Concillas, Maned Wolves And Others. Just Forget It, It's Too Much To Explain All The...
Asked in Domestic Dogs
Why are there wild dogs?
There have always been wild dogs present in the wild. Wild dogs are the origin of domesticated dogs. Dogs were domesticated millions of years ago by people as hunting aids and companions and obviously not all wild dogs could be domesticated due to the number of wild dogs present on the earth in comparison to the number of people in those times, so some wild dogs remain, though the number of wolves are becoming minimal in comparison to domesticated dogs. ...
Are African wild dogs prey?
Adult African wild dogs are probably not hunted by anything, although they do have competition (IE, lions, leopards, hyenas, etc.) However an unprotected cub could easily be killed by any of those animals and they might be eaten in that case. ...