Friday, July 4, 2014

How are dogs and wolves different?

Dogs and wolves come from the same family, Lupus Cannis. It is supposed that dogs are in fact wolves grown in captivity. After many generations, many races of dogs appeared, including the guarding and the company dogs. Although the races that we know today are at most 1700 years old, they are the followers of the first dogs that appeared tens of millenniums ago. They were probably the first domesticated animals, before horses or cats. There are many theories about how dogs appeared, including the one that they appeared by crossing wolves with jackals. This theory is contested by many specialists. 

When do dogs stop growing?
Is dog insurance worth it?
When do dogs go into heat?
Why do dogs shake?
When do dogs stop teething?
Why do dogs have whiskers?
How do dogs get fleas?
Why does dog pee kill grass?
How do dogs get worms?
Why does dog lick paws?
How does dog breeding work?
Where dogs came from
How are dogs and wolves different?
Relationship between dogs and wolves
How dogs were domesticated
Where dogs live
Where dogs like to be rubbed
When dogs die
Why dogs eat grass
Why dogs lick people
Why dogs howl
When dogs eat grass
When dogs lick you?
When dogs throw up?
When dogs attack?
How dogs were domesticated?
How dogs drink water?
How dogs mate?
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Are dogs color blind?
How dogs see?
Are dogs allowed on trains?
Are dogs mouths clean?
Is dog food good for dogs?
Is Dog Island Real?

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