cyno-, cyn-, kyno-, kyn-

(Greek: dog; like a dog)

cynicocratical
Pertaining to or a reference to a ruling body of cynics.
cynocephalic
Having a head shaped like that of a dog.
cynocephalous
Having the face or head of a dog.
cynoclept, cynoklept (s) (noun); cynoclepts, cynoklepts (pl)
Dog-stealing or a dog thief.
cynodont
1. A canine tooth.
2. A tooth having one cusp or point.
Cynoglossum (s) (noun), Cynoglossums (pl)
A plant or herb meaning "hound's tongue".
cynography
A writing or treatise about dogs.
cynoid
Dog-like or similar to a dog; canine.
cynolatry (s) (noun), cynolatries (pl)
The worship of dogs.
cynological
A reference to cynology or a natural history about dogs.
cynologist
Someone who studies dogs and who is concerned with canine evolution, breed development and differentiation, canine behavior and training, and canine history.
cynology
1. The study of dogs.
2. Etymology: from Greek κύων (gen. κύνος), cyn, kyn, "dog" and λόγος, logos, "knowledge".
cynophil
Having a fondness or "love" for dogs.
cynophobia, kynophobia (s) (noun); cynophobias, kynophobias (pl)
An excessive hatred of dogs or of being bitten by one of them: Cynophobia is a morbid mental state, usually hysterical in character, sometimes previously caused by the bite of a dog.

Those who have cynophobia have an unhealthy terror of getting rabies from a dog and therefore such animals are not considered to be "friends" or "protectors".

cynopodous
Having dog-like claws.

Related "dog" word family: cani-.