Among the tribes of Khorlhossa a handful of animals (creatures neither Monster nor Demon, and appearing as non-unique entities) have been at least semi-domesticated for human use. The most common of these are the rylback, the sammek, and the tzagund.
Rylbacks are hunted for their iron-rich, slightly-spicy meat as well as their leathery hides and dense bones. They're the primary source of leather and bone for weapons and armor for most tribes, and a tribe's yurts (temporary, collapsible dwellings used when transversing plains or other areas without ruins to shelter in) are typically constructed from a rylback's ribcage and stretched stomach lining.
While all the major tribes of Khorlhossa utilize sammeks, it is among the Qemji tribes that sammek-riding has been elevated to an art form. Among the Qemji, tribe members are raised almost from birth in the high-backed saddles, each individual bonded early to a particular sammek that they will ride until they or their mount dies. Skill with a riding-lance is likewise impressed into the Qemji at an early age, and the rite of adulthood among their tribes is to spear a crymbat on the wing from sammek-back.
Tzagunds are the hunting hounds of Khorlhossa. Squat, muscular reptomammals with bulging,
Tzagunds are bred for their ferocity and single-minded determination in pursuing prey. Once set upon a target, a tzagund will pursue it for weeks if need be, refusing to rest or give up the chase until it has either cornered its target or dropped dead of exhaustion.
Most tribes have a pack of 2d6+4 tzagunds accompanying them in their travels. Some particularly wealthy individuals keep a personal pack for sport and hunting. The Togaro tribes keep the most vicious tzagund packs, regularly beating and starving their beasts to keep them mean and aggressive, and among the Togaro, tzagund bites are worn as badges of honor.