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Domestic Pet Dog Classified By Linnaeus In 1758 As Canis Familiaris And Canis Familiarus Domesticus


Pets & AnimalsThe dog (Canis lupus familiaris) points out towards the domesticated subspecies of the wolf, which is a mammal belonging to the Canidae family of the order Carnivora. It is comprised of feral as well as pet kinds.

The dogs are also kept as domestic animals to provide company or for making them work. They also serve as the source of food in many of the cultures. The total number of dogs that can be found in total in all parts of the world comes to around 400 million. The English word dog has been derived from the Old English docga meaning a "powerful breed of canine". The male canine is called as a dog and on the other hand female canine as bitch in breeding circles.

The male and female parents of a litter are called sire and dam respectively. The offsprings of dogs are called as pups or puppies till the time they are about one year of age and a group of these offspring is called as a litter. The process by which a dog takes birth is referred to as whelping. The classification of the domestic pet dog was done by Linnaeus in 1758 as Canis familiaris and "Canis familiarus domesticus".

The dogs were again classified in 1993 in the form of a subspecies of the gray wolf, Canis lupus by the Smithsonian Institution as well as the American Society of Mammalogists. The dogs were for the first time used for domestic purposes in East Asia mainly in China as per the evidences. The population of dogs as well as the demand for them getting specialized displayed an increment as a result of agricultural revolution. The dog fossils that belong to the earliest times were mandible from Germany and two crania from Russia right before 13,000 to 17,000 years.

The ancestors of these species were the big northern Holarctic wolf, Canis lupus lupus. Mongrels points to the mixed breed of dogs, which do not have any specific breeds and are mixtures of over two in different ratio. The dogs are digitigrade in comparison to human beings who are plantigrade. The dogs tend to have 20 percent smaller size of skulls as well as 10 percent smaller brains and little teeth in comparison to the different kinds of canid species. Dog





 


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