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identifying tracks

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Can someone please help identify these tracks?
Pictures were taken on a farm in a rural/suburb area in central new jersey by a relative of mine. The local animal population is a mix of small game, deer and the occasional black bear. She claims that the tracks are twice the size of her great dane's, and that dog is probably about 100-140 pounds. They appear to be cat tracks, but the size and stride would appear to be too big for a bob cat. Any ideas? Also, sorry for the subjective size scales, I got the photos off facebook.
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Brown recluse
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Take the picture to the vet
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they're canine, feline tracks wouldn't have the claw, all cats other than cheetahs can retract their claws, they would not be extended for walking on sandy ground.
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>>2157881
The stride and size, do you think there's a possibility of it being a wolf? There's is a wolf farm not too far from where these tracks where shot.
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Brown recluse.
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>>2157855
Are you fucking blind not to realize it's a brown recluse?
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>>2157855
Manbearpig. Definitely Manbearpig.
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>>2157855
Could be wolf tracks, but most likely a large dog.
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Vet now
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Coyote or dog, highly doubt its a wolf they aren't likely to wander alone and the nearest population of wolves is in elk county pennsylvania and they are well monitored.
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>>2157855
Looks like dog to me.
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>>2157855
Burlington County here, where at?
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