Before I say his name I just wanted to explain his story thus making the reason why I deigned him that particularly name. Looking at his tail I was reminded of the story of the Hindu God Hanumaan and how because his intelligence surpassed that of Ravana’s he was tortured and eventually his tail was set on fire and afterwards finally being set free. When this happened Hanumaan became so angry and grieved about his tail that he set fire to the whole island of Lanka even though he later regretted doing so. However this beast and Hanumaan are not the same (mainly because Hanumaan is a monkey), but maybe we can take inspiration from Hanumaan subtly (sorta like how Vet. is kinda like Egypt and how Songhai is sorta like China) and say that he is some form of Hanumaan stuck in limbo forever wandering with burning tail in tow and name him…Khrodard which is meant to be a hybridization of the two hindu words krohd and dard meaning respectively rage and pain. You could go with this name if the abilities you plan on giving this lupine creature are self-destructive or if the abilities you are giving it are more tempo-ish then you could call him Shak’hin which is a hybridization involving the two hindu words Shakti and Kathin meaning respectively strength and rigorous because one Hamumaan is the god of strength in hindu lore and two his body looks toughened by life trails that were very rigorous.
Hopefully you will consider the two submissions because I have no idea what abilities this guy is going to have, but if I must submit only one entry it would be Khrodard.
EDIT: If you want to scroll bandit my theme send me spirit orbs or you will be served…lunch that is or whatever time of the day it is idk. Also I want to point out that if you think me using hindu themes for Vet. rather than the standard Egyptian thing (which by the way is totally fine) I want to point out as well that one Grandmaster Nosh-rak sounds more indian than egypt and two back then in the beginning of the world, for a long time Egpyt and India in addition to many other countries were under one flag usually because they were either conquering each other or conquested by other nations so there was a lot of mingling of culture and religion as a result.