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Dog's Death Spotlights Use of Cyanide 'Bombs' to Kill Predators
One of the weapons the U.S. government uses to poison predators killed a pet Labrador in Idaho, sparking new calls to ban the devices.
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Exclusive: Jungle Puppies Captured on Film for the First Time
A new effort to catalogue animals in Peru's rain forests has captured some incredible footage of a rarely seen canine.
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'Extinct' Mountain Dogs Rediscovered in the Wild
Unseen for more than 50 years, the New Guinea highland wild dog has at last been confirmed in its natural island habitat.
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This Is Your Brain on Puppy Pictures
This National Puppy Day, we explore the science of cute with the help of vintage National Geographic pictures.
About Dogs

Since their domestication, dogs have been selectively bred for well over a millennia in order to emphasize certain traits and qualities which have been deemed favourable by breeders. This was to utilize dogs for a vast range of purposes for the benefit of humans from working, guarding, companionship and even just for show.

 

 

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