I Can’t Stop Laughing At These Dog Pictures
The domesticated wolf’s ancestor is the dog (Canis familiaris or Canis lupus familiaris). The current wolf is the dog’s closest surviving relative. The dog, sometimes known as the domestic dog, is descended from the extinct Pleistocene wolf. Prior to the advent of agriculture, around 15,000 years ago, hunter-gatherers tamed dogs as the first species. Dogs have become numerous domestic animals as a result of their long contact with humans, and they have developed the ability to thrive on a starch-rich diet that would be insufficient for other canids.
Over thousands of years, the dog has been selectively selected for a variety of behaviors, sensory capacities, and morphological characteristics. Dog breeds differ greatly in terms of appearance, size, and color. They serve a variety of functions for humans, including therapy, companionship, protection, pulling loads, hunting, herding, helping the military and police, and helping the disabled. Dogs have evolved to be particularly adaptable to human behavior over the ages, and research on the relationship between humans and canines is common. They have earned the moniker “man’s best friend” due to their influence on human culture.
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