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Dog Genetics

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The epic slideshow about DOG GENETICS!

The epic slideshow about DOG GENETICS!

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  • 1. Zak Chaves
  • 2.
    • Some scientists believe that dogs can help research diseases
    • Some Diseases are certain cancers, heart problems, and epilepsy
    • Some health problems are blindness and deafness
    • They believe that it may have to do with the dogs genomes
    Blind Dog
  • 3.
    • Although it doesn’t look it, the Shih Tzu are more related to wolves than German Shepherds.
    • The Ibizan Hound and Pharaoh Hound were believed to be descendents of ancient dogs, but they’re just ‘re-creations’ of them.
    Shih Tzu Wolf German Shepherd
  • 4.
    • Three recent dog types are categorized by their genes.
    • Bulky Dogs like Bulldogs or Mastiffs are good Guard Dogs.
    • Agile dogs like Collies are Herding Dogs.
    • The Third Group is Terriers and Hunting Dogs.
    • All the dogs in each group have a different way of doing their job (guarding, herding, hunting etc.), but the similar genes make it so they’ll do the same job.
  • 5.
    • http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5006477/

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