Dogs history

Timeline created by bigmac24
  • Aug 10, 1400

    when domesticated and where

    when domesticated and where
    it was domesticated in 14-3000BC, and it is undetermed where it was domesticated.
  • extinct species

    extinct species
    Alpine Mastiff, Alpine Spaniel, English White Terrier, and Old English Bulldog.
  • American Kennel club(akc)

    American Kennel club(akc)
    representative or "delegate" from a dog club that had, in the recent past, held a benched dog show or had run field trials. This new "Club of Clubs" was, in fact, The American Kennel Club.
  • Past and present uses

    Past and present uses
    Dogs in the past were used as war dogs and the British used them in war. Some past and still present uses for dogs are Service and Assistance Work, Search and Rescue, Guarding/Watchdog, and Sled Dogs
  • Interesting facts

    Interesting facts
    It is a myth that dogs are color blind. They can actually see in color, just not as vividly as humans. It is akin to our vision at dusk.
    A German Shepherd guide dog led her blind companion the entire 2100 mile Appalachian Trail.
    An estimated 1,000,000 dogs in the U.S. have been named as the primary beneficiaries in their owner’s will
  • Important events

    Important events
    The earliest potential evidence for dog domestication, based on archaeological finds. Other evidence suggests dogs may have been domesticated thousands of years later.
  • Adaptations of dogs

    Adaptations of dogs
    About 35000 BC dogs have the ability to distinguish the directional origin of a noise. This is an adaptation that is useful for hunting, because dogs can hear the sound of prey attempting to flee or hide, even if they cannot see their targets.