Who Is the Egyptian God of Dogs?


There really is no Egyptian god of dogs, but there are two Egyptian gods that are depicted as having the heads of dogs. These two gods were Wepwawet and Anubis. Not much is known about Wepwawet, other than the fact that the same image is used to depict both gods. Anubis is the god of the dead, and has been referred to as the Dog of Egypt.
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