I can’t do a lot of in depth research ATM as I am on my phone, but that’s true according to Walking with Prehistoric Beasts. You can usually find the answer to this question by going back through the classifications on Wikipedia and looking at what extant families it’s related to
I can do that for ya!
If you take a close look at the diagram above, Andrewsarchus and sheep do have a common ancestor, but Andrewsarchus is actually nested in the same branch as whales!
Andrewsarchus and entelodonts are probably both best described as fully-terrestrial, carnivorous hippopotamuses. They are, however, more closely related to sheep than to any terrestrial carnivores of today.
There’s certainly a family resemblance