Molda lady dog appears in the Romanian folklore "in a legend about Dragoş Voda the founder of the Moldavian Voivodeship. "
The Dolca lady dog appears in the Romanian folklore "in a popular ballad called Dolca, this ballad was picked by V. Alecsandri."
In the Romanian folklore there is mythical dog named: Puppy of the Earth.
This dog appears in the Romanian folklore anecdote called "Incidents with Păcală collected by C. Rădulescu-Codin and Şt. Del. Tuţescu, Dăfii, in the volume Also Păcală."
The Puppy of the Earth in Romanian mythology "brings bad luk to the one who sees it random and is the one who, through the strong barking, with a loud voice of european bison, prevents death. He controls the graves and bites the nose or ears deaths if they have not been buried respecting the customs."
In the Romanian folklore there are mythical dogs called: See-Well, Hear-Good, Easy-like-Wind Heavy-like-Earth.
These dogs appear in Romanian fairy tales. A fairy tale where appears is The Wolf-with-iron-head this fairy tale is collected from the folklore of Transylvania by writer Ioan Pop Reteganul (1853-1905).
"See-Well is the dog of Holy Wednesday, Hear-Good is the dog of Holy Friday, Easy-like-Wind Heavy-like-Earth is the dogs of Holy Sunday"
 Ionuț Benea, Legenda căţelei Molda, animalul de moartea căruia se leagă denumirile unui râu şi a unei regiuni, în „Adevărul” , www.adevarul.ro/locale/iasi/legenda-catelei-molda-animalul-moartea-caruia-leaga-denumirile-unui-rau-regiuni-1_51691503053c7dd83f036b7e/index.html, accesat la data de 3.08.2017.
 Păcală și isprăvile lui, Editura Steaua Nordului, Constanța, 2012, p. 115.
 Cățelul Pământului, www.deieri-deazi.blogspot.ro/2015/07/catelul-pamantului-tt.html, accesat la data de 17.07.2017.
 Ioan Pop Reteganul, Povești Ardelenești, Editura Dacia Educațional, Cluj-Napoca, 2005, p. 134.