Understanding natural canine behavior is essential similarly to understanding gray wolf as an apex predatory species. Canine hacking means understanding a dog by observing its behavior, to solve potential behavioral problems.
Siberian discovery confirmed the earliest evidence for dog breeding taking place on remote Zhokhov Island. New study, concerning the North American Arctic area, finds Inuit sledge dogs unique and specialised to help them to thrive.
Almost a quarter of a century passed by since the first wolf individuals were released into the open park boundary, as the missing element in its natural ecosystem to be balanced, with a hope they would settle there permanently.
Livestock-guarding dogs work autonomously. Immediate reaction on stranger's approaching (predatory animal, unrecognised person) is essential - LGD intends to distract an intruder closing in, to prevent a potential attack on grazing animals within protected pasture.
Indian folk-art inspires independent artists, with myriad ideas of its realisations. Primary Oji-Cree twisted dual spiderweb design hung on the one loop where both net-knotted threads secured each other in their fulfilled role - a common hanging tool or a tiny necklace/amulet.
Recent study suggests that in the distant past, Tibetan mastiffs (as a domestic dog type of breed) could survive in harsh, low-oxygen high mountains' environment thanks to being randomly hybridised with mountain wolf individuals (vide Tibetan wolf), by gaining hypoxia tolerance.