Sometimes it is called the dhole, sometimes the kholsun, and sometimes the buansuah.
"Thou dost not know the dhole, man with a wolf's tongue," said Won-tolla.
The dhole of India, similarly hunts in packs, attacking and destroying even the tiger.
I will give no Word; but what is in thy stomach to do when the dhole come?
The really wild dogs of India,—the dhole,—hunt by nose, and in packs.
"The dhole do not turn and their throats are hot," said Kaa.
"All Jungles are our Jungle," was the reply, and the dhole that gave it bared his white teeth.
I will play with the dhole at twilight, for the dhole hunts best by day.
Of the Asiatic wild dogs the most familiar is that one of India called in the north "buansuah" and in the south "dhole."
But he knew, for Hathi had told him, what a terrible thing a dhole hunting-pack was.