Cù Sìth also Cusìth are large hounds from the fae realm close to the size of a large calf, with dark green or black, shaggy fur, glowing or flaming eyes, and a long braided or curled tail. They are believed to be a harbinger of death when seen in the wild, and are commonly owned as guard dogs and pets. Their fearsome reputation is often fostered by those who own them.
Enfield are odd creatures with the head of a fox, the chest of a greyhound, the body of a lion, the hindquarters and tail of a wolf, and forelegs of an eagle. They are loyal companions who bond with the family that raises them. If adopted as a whelp, the enfield will see the adoptive family as its own.