During the time of the Gauls, pets were small. Nevertheless, archaeological excavations gives evidence of an important presence in all population groups.
The Gauls were above all animal breeders and didn't go hunting much. They eat some dog meat, mutton, beef, poultry (geese, ducks, fowls) that could also be sacrificed during religious feasts. The pigs whose cooked meats was very much appreciated would be fed on the village waste.
Milk and cheeses came from goats, cows and ewes which also provided them with wool. Ox was used as a draft animal for work in the fields, just like the horses which were also trained for war. Wild boars, regarded as sacred animals, were rarely eaten.
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