How selective breeding messes with dogs’ brains 

Selective breeding of dogs was pioneered by the British in the Victorian era, when many earnestly believed in eugenics as a means of “purifying” and improving both man and animal. Beyond its ideologically horrific roots, breeding has had all kinds of unintended consequences for dogs particularly, fr

Source: How selective breeding messes with dogs’ brains – Alternet.org

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