Ischyrocyon (Ischyrocyon Matthew and Gidley, 1904)
Dimensions: length - 2,2 m, height - 110 сm, weight - 300 kg
Temporal range: during the Middle Miocene (North America)
Typical representative: Ischyrocyon hyaenodus Matthew and Gidley, 1904
Ischyrocyon is an extinct genus of large, mostly carnivorous mammals (bone-crushers) known as bear-dogs, of the family Amphicyonidae, subfamily Amphicyoninae, which inhabited North America during the Miocene living from ~16.3—10.3 Ma and existed for approximately .