Dogs: Domestication History, Behavior and Common Health by Katherine M. Cohen, Lucas R. Diaz

By Katherine M. Cohen, Lucas R. Diaz

During this ebook the authors speak about the domestication historical past, behaviour and customary illnesses of canines. themes contain the epidemiological tendencies and neuropathological manifestations of canines distemper virus; behaviour and welfare of canine; advertising and marketing and the domestication of canines; accountable possession and behaviours; advances within the dogs coproparasitological exam; and an exam of ovariohysterectomy (spaying) and fit sturdiness in canine.

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The process of domestication is strongly allied with and influenced by human actions both culturally and biologically. The cultural aspects are related to the incorporation of animals in society; animals are perceived as property to serve humans. The biological aspects are related to 36 Juliana Damasceno and Rachel Stopatto Righetti the process of evolution, from an animal‘s wild origins to a friendly and docile relationship with humans (Clutton-Brock, 1992). According to the literature, wolf domestication began in the Mesolithic period, when humans were still nomadic hunters (Clutton-Brock, 1995).

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