Fighting breed-related diseases

| | May 15, 2012
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The refinement of purebred dogs over the past four or five centuries has created interesting versions of Canis familiaris, such as dogs with dreadlocks, wrinkles, extra toes, a double coat, or an innate ability to herd sheep.

View the original article here: Fighting Breed-Related Diseases – WebMD (blog)

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