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Black dog may refer to:
- Black dog (ghost), a ghostly dog in the folklores of the British Isles
- Blackdog, a hamlet in Scotland
- Black Dog, Devon, a village in England
- The Black Dog, Dublin, a former prison in Dublin
- Black Dog, a fictional pirate in the adventure novel Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
- "Black Dog" (song), a song by Led Zeppelin from their album Led Zeppelin IV
- Black Dog (film), a 1998 film
- Black Dog Productions, alias The Black Dog, a British electronic music band
- Black Dogs, 1992 novel by Ian McEwan
- Black Dog a book by Stephen Booth
- "Black Dog", an episode of That 70's Show
- "Black Dog" (Poster Children song), from their 1997 album RTFM
- Black dog (coin), a coin in the Caribbean, starting under the reign of Queen Anne
- Black Dog (whisky), a brand of Scotch whisky
- Black Dog Books, an Australian publishing house
- Black Dog Books (US), an American publishing house
- Black Dog Game Factory, the "adult content" imprint of White Wolf Publishing, as well as a satyrical "evil" version included in the parent company's own books as a metafictional joke.
- Black Dog Institute, an Australian medical institute
- Black Dog Publishing, a British publishing house
- BlackDog, a USB-based Linux "computer on a stick"
- All pages with titles containing "black dog"
- All pages with titles containing "blackdogs"
- All pages with titles containing "blackdog"
- Psychology and sociology
- Journeys with the Black Dog, an anthology of essays on clinical depression
- Major depressive disorder
- Black-dog bias, sociological phenomenon
- "Big Black Dog", 1970 single and song by Humble Pie
- "Black Eyed Dog", a song by Nick Drake from Time of No Reply
- "Black Dog on My Shoulder", a song from the album This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours, by the Manic Street Preachers
- Black Dog & Leventhal, an imprint of the Workman Publishing Company
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