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How Different Dogs In the Same Breed Group Have More In Common With Dogs In Other Breed Groups

In a wonderfully upbeat episode of Minute Earth, narrator Kate Yoshida explains how dogs were first categorized into specific breed groups such as sporting, working and herding and how scientists have since discovered that while different breeds in each of group might have a shared set of skills, they demonstrated more in common with breeds […]
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