Have you had more than one dog of several breeds? If you have, then you know very well that all dogs have different personalities and unique traits.
Even dogs of the same breed can be quite different, and we shouldn’t judge dogs based on their breeds. Having said that, genetics indeed plays a huge role in a dog’s attitude.
In the past, men have manipulated wolves and domesticated them for their benefits. Now, dogs are useful across a wide range of tasks, including guarding, herding, hunting and so much more.
Nowadays, majority of dogs aren’t used for working as much as in the past, but they are more useful as companions. Despite the relatively new role that dogs have these days, the traits they acquired from their working dog ancestors still remain.
For example, a beagle will always have a great nose because that’s what it’s original breed’s specialty was. Also, collies have been bred to hunt, so it will continue to chase and chase and show off its speed and agility.
These are some of the important facts that we know about dogs. However, there are certain myths that we are going to address in this article.
The first common dog myth has something to do with their tail… Learn more on next page ❤️🐾📺🔥➡️