Genetic study suggests dogs emerged independently from two wolf populations


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When the Man waked up he said, ‘What is Wild Dog doing here?’ And the Woman said, 'His name is not Wild Dog any more, but the First Friend, because he will be our friend for always and always and always.
-Rudyard Kipling

Maybe that’s why I’d rather face the snarling wolf than the Yorkie.


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What is that repulsive creature in your post?

You know, the one next to the wolf?


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I believe that is Dogthulhu, its cute tentacles are hidden by a furry curtain of horror. And a cute lil bow. (wow wow!)


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I think they’re called GMO Wolves


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I just broke the news to my dog “Whiskey”, doesn’t seem to have made much of an impact.


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Suck it, Westminster.


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Now I’m thinking of Bronze-Age dogs, Beaker Dogs and (woof) prominently browed neanderthal dogs.


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I wonder which of the two populations this short-eared dog came out of:


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