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Origin of the canids

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Dogs in archaeology

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... in Greek mythology. In the Far East, lapdogs were the guardians of eunuchs (3470 BC), whereas in ancient Rome (1st century AD), they were leashed and tasked with guarding homes – a mosaic from Pompeii bears ... p3c1a1...

Less of a dog in the city

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The goal of morphology…

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Understanding dogs

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Is the wolf the ancestor of the dog?

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... of the canine genome, show that this is not as simple as it may appear. While wolf and dog share all but around 0.2% of their genetic material (compared with a 1% difference between chimpanzee and human), recent ... p1c1a2...

An introduction to canine genetics

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Concept of breed, variety and standard

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... belonging to group 1 (sheepdogs) all share the original instinct to guard livestock despite having dissimilar morphologies. Variety, according to Professor Triquet, is “a subdivision within a breed in which ... p1c2a1...

Hero dogs

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Results of selective breeding

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