Dog Breeds

Dog Breeds have been around for as long as man has been around, and some dog breeds have been around longer than man himself. The dog is actually a domesticated canine of the carnivoran group of canids. It is one of the three most popular breeds in the United States, second only to the Labrador Retriever. It is part of all the wild lands belonging to the family, which is closely related to wolves. The modern dog has many variations, including: the American Foxhound, the English Foxhound, the British Short-haired Terrier, the English Toy Poodle, the Greyhound, the Pomeranian, the Pointer, the Weimaraner and the Yorkshire Terrier.

Dog breeds are classified based on their ability to live in a variety of environments, their strength, intelligence and adaptability. The oldest of these is the Wolf-Coydog, the ancestors of the modern Foxhound. The oldest known dogs were wolves, who were hunted by early man to use for food, clothing and protection. They lived among people and developed various traits that we still use today. The ancestors of today’s Foxhounds were hunted to extinction by man, and they are the last remaining wild dog in the world today. The Greyhound is the smallest of the dog breeds and was used as a medium-sized hunting dog, used by hunters in remote areas. The Greyhound was not domesticated and is now extinct.
The first dog breeds were bred to help in the fight against rabies and other diseases. The first dogs used for hunting were mostly wolves, but the first dogs used for protecting their masters from predators were condoms. The dog’s intelligence and agility helped them become formidable fighters, and some of them even learned how to use tools. They became part of military forces and eventually became part of our everyday lives. Some of these ancient dog breeds have been brought back into the public eye since then. Many of them are used in police work and intelligence as guides and canines or are used to protect or search for lost individuals.

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