How Medieval Dogs Helped in the Kitchen

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Arienne King
by Animalist
published on 14 May 2019

In Medieval times, a dog that resembled a Corgi was used to help turn meat over a spit by walking in a hamster wheel for hours. The breed has been extinct since the early 1900s.

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