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For years, scientists have been dogged by this evolution question: Just where did man's best friend first appear?...But DNA studies have implicated east Asia and the Middle East. Now a large DNA study is lining up with the fossils, suggesting dogs
If you think it's a challenge to keep track of your luggage during a long flight, imagine escorting two dogs to a new Northwest home on a three-plane trip from Thailand. That's what Bellingham veterinarian Karen Mueller did, capping a 10-day work
It seems dogs appeared sometime between 15,000 and 100,000 years ago, in Asia or Africa or multiple times in multiple places. There is a reason for this confusion, according to Greger Larson at the University of Durham in England. In a new research
Some fourteen breeds of dogs are generally considered " ancient ," including the samoyed, shar pei, and saluki. But while these breeds have been given this label for their supposed link to the predecessors of modern canines, new research reveals that
LiveScience Humans' close relationship to dogs has so far obscured their history so much that it's not yet possible to use genetic data to tease out the details of their domestication, new research indicates. Their complicated history involves being
22 May 2012 Dogs have been cross bred so many times over the centuriesit is impossible to know what they originally looked like, a study says. An international team set out to track the ancient geneticroutes of the modern hound, and found that today'
May 21, 2012 Modern-day man's best friend has little in common genetically with the dogs domesticated thousands of years ago by our ancestors, according to a new international study. Led by the U.K.'s Durham University, the research team studied the
Surprisingly, it's possible to take I Cloned My Pet 2 seriously for almost its entire length. Right up until the moment when one pet owner consults a medium to find out her dead dog's opinion on whether she should clone him. TLC I Cloned My Pet 2 , a
03/23/2012 03:42:45 PM MDT Trixie, a black-and-white Papillon not much taller than a can of soda, stared intently at the horizontal bar. Her first attempt to clear the bar, set about 6 inches high, sent it clattering.
Community Children of Rodney Ham of Houston, Texas and formerly of Gulf Breeze enjoy playing on the bluffs in Gulf Breeze. They are Christian age 9; Krista, age 25; grandson Nickolas, age 18 months; and Elizabeth, age 10. They were visiting their