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I've never heard of this genre of art before, at least not called by this name before and I've been involved in the fandom for 8 years. Google isn't helping clarify this, although I've found some killer deals for stereo sets. Although apparently this is a large fandom, "giant" was the original word used, coupled with "famous" artists that no one I've spoken to has heard of. Is this related to a MUCK? If anybody out there can please clear up what this is all about, perhaps providing a few outside sources, it'd be appreciated. --Kendricks Redtail 02:26, 9 February 2007 (UTC)

This sounds like a load of hogwash to me. Unless someone can come up with some kind of attribution, I think it deserves a Speedy Delete.----DuncanDaHusky(talk) 02:39, 9 February 2007 (UTC)
A certain mutual skunk friend of ours agrees and says it sounds like an outsider trying to write about furry without knowing about furry.--Kendricks Redtail 02:42, 9 February 2007 (UTC)
Hit ratio is almost non-existant. Two/three examples, but you have to reaaally dig for them, and then, it doesn't match the entry's description or context. SpD? Spirou 05:03, 9 February 2007 (UTC)


ok so they are more of 'disney dog' artists, a lot of them call dogs woofers. here is one example.

I admit I don't have links to blogs and quotes in where I've seen people say "you can sue them for using your charater in a role play" you just need to read their journals heres an example of useing the word "woofer" for dog. again "woofer" meaning wolf

...And that's the problem. You really have to dig to find the term (another hit is,)... For a term to be included, it has to be widely used (Plushie,) or of certain significance if it's not common (PhiPaw.) At present time, it's indeed used, but not enough in and around the fandom to warrant an entry. If the term becomes widely used enough, re-inclusion on the Wiki would be more than warranted ^-^
But, at the present time, unfortunately not, sorry =(
I'm going to hafta agree with Spirou. Honestly, these sound like furry artists who just don't want to be labelled as a furry for whatever reason. I've talked to several artists who specialize in canines and otherwise match your description and they have never heard of this. Sorry.--Kendricks Redtail 20:11, 9 February 2007 (UTC)