Genetisists assumed additional legs would result in faster dogs. However, the gait of the animals actually diminishes. (known as "The Centipede Effect"). Trials with eight and ten legged dogs has validated the hypothesis. Though the Dog Track Industry has pulled funding, there are peripheral benefits. For example:

- Dogs that can scratch more total area without waiting.
- The capability to dig twice as many holes simultaneously.
- The ability to sit and stand at the same time.

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