The History and Science of Dogs

analytical Essay
1265 words
1265 words

The domestic dog has to be one of the most unique animals that the human had ever bred. All dogs were formed differently and for separate reasons; whether it be for their looks or for their personal attributes, the dog has been evolved around humans and yet many breeds were created by humans themselves. I also believe that having a dog is a necessity to having a balanced life, just how Cesar Millan was quoted on the Brainy Quote web page “The dog can only become what's in your bubble. The dog is imitating the energy that is in your bubble. You are the source, the feast of energy. If you feel anxious, the dog becomes anxious with you. If you become nervous, the dog wakes up nervous with you”. Your dog runs off of your actions and emotions while you're around them. Also once you're able to control yourself and or your life and still be a successful leader to your dog you can have a successful relationship with this extraordinary animal. Personally, I believe this animal can help you, yourself see the world in an entirely different view from how you previously viewed it, before you ever tried to communicate or have a relationship with this animal and Cesar Millan fairly known as the Dog Whisperer around the world also quoted on Brainy Qutotes“A dog is a vehicle, you know; a dog is a window to Mother Nature, and that's the closest species we have.” Just like Jackie Mow says on The Science of Dogs “Dogs were made for men by men”. “There are over 400 breeds of dogs to this day and counting.” Every animal is practically the same but not the dog, “Dogs have the highest amount of variations in size and behavior than any other living and non living species that had ever lived on the planet.” “Dogs also have the most enhanced sense of sm... ... middle of paper ... ...But it just seems that no matter the breed of dog, the dog will always love you”(Alderton). It seems that no matter the size or behavioral attributes any dog contains they all seem to unconditionally love their human owners. And if you have ever owned a dog you know that the bond between a human and dog are unbreakable. Works Cited Page, Jake. Dogs. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2007. Print. Alderton, Davis. Encyclopedia of Dogs. 4 Queen Street Bath BA1 1HE, UK: Parragon, 2008. Print. “Science of Dogs”. National Geographic Explorer. No call letters, no city present for publication. 15 Aug. 2007. Television. “Cesar Millan.” Xplore Inc, 2014. 13 May, 2014 “Cesar Millan.” Xplore Inc, 2014. 13 May, 2014

In this essay, the author

  • Opines that the domestic dog is one of the most unique animals that humans had ever bred.
  • Analyzes how jackie mow explains how dogs can function in many different ways through his short movie science of dogs.
  • Explains how klim sulimov's dog has the best sense of smell in the entire world and how it was formed on the science of dogs.
  • Explains that the encyclopedia of dogs sectioned the dog breeds into six sections: the companion dog, terriers, hounds, gundogs and herding dog.
  • Explains that the ancestry of contemporary gundogs can be traced back to the dogs that were developed primarily for hunting purposes.
  • Explains that domesticated dogs were bred by men to serve men. they are 99.8% the same in all their genomes with only a.2% difference that changes their physical attributes.
  • Explains alderton, davis, encyclopedia of dogs, 4 queen street bath ba1 1he, uk: parragon.
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