Pets & Animals 

These Are The Dogs of the Future

PREVIOUS EPISODE: Humans double more intelligent, tourism in space, robots doing housework, very tall buildings and everyday travel with flying cars, these are one of the images of an advanced future. As man evolves every day, he invents things that constantly simplify his life even though his needs become more complex. But despite all the highly advanced development, dogs will always remain irreplaceable. Each breed can go through changes and perfect itself in the tasks for which it was created but some dog breeds can be advanced so much that they can take great responsibilities. So, in this episode: Dogs…
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This is Why These Dogs are So Expensive

PREVIOUS EPISODE: Certainly, buying a dog won’t cost you 1 million, however, some breeds are much more expensive than other ones. The first factor is the location, in the US or Europe you can get your favorite breed for 200 to 250 dollars, in Australia for about 548 dollars, but compared to other countries like India, dogs can cost around 60 dollars. However, people looking for professionally trained dogs or movie characters should be prepared to spend a whole fortune! Pure and rare breeds are especially expensive; while the former can cost around 5000 dollars, to own a rare dog,…
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These Are The Dogs That Will Dominate You

PREVIOUS EPISODE: When we hear the word dominance, there is one particular thing that comes to our minds: the school bullies! Anyhow, there are controlling people in every area of our life, such a person may be one of the colleagues, the boss, a friend, a family member, or even… your girlfriend. Dominant people always blame the other person, they constantly criticize, manipulate, intimidate, they don’t accept no for an answer, and may go as far as abusive actions. In humans, the cause of this behavior is the inner desire to have power and authority over others. Although this can…
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Pets & Animals 

This Is Why These Dogs Make the Best Soldiers

In 600 B.C. “Alyattes of Lydia’’ King won the war against Cimmerians, who on that time had reached the peak of power. This victory would be impossible without Lydian dogs, who killed and pursued a huge number of invaders. This is the first documented event of war dogs, but later they were also used by Egyptians, Greeks, Persians, and Romans and had different duties: Fighting- To attack the enemy, Scouts- To find hidden enemies, like Modern Snipers, Sentries- To protect camps during the night, Detection and tracking- To locate mines, Messengers- To send messages from a camp to another, and…
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This Is Why This Dogs Look Just Like Wolves

It is not unusual that a big dog like Akita Inu is mistaken for a wolf. But a surprising fact is that also a Maltese, a very small dog has got 99.99% of wolf DNA. The reason behind this similarity is the common genetics. Around 36.000 years ago, before the Bronze age, the Iron age, and the Agricultural revolution, people have created a close friendship with a wild animal; the grey wolf. Long years of living together have impacted the domestication of animals and our Canine friends are their direct ancestors. In modern times, domestic dogs were bred with grey…
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These Dogs Are Brave Enough to Face Even Wild Beasts

A dog shows his courage through his attitude, his reaction to threats, and his behavior. Fearless dogs are primarily recognized for their physical appearance, as they’re confident, they walk with dignity, they have erect ears and serious facial expressions. However, bravery is mostly proved through a particular behavior; a dog that jumps in the water to save its owner without thinking twice certainly can be considered a hero. There are countless cases of canine bravery acts like for instance the dog of Alexander the Great, the dog of Napoleon, or the dog called Stubby who saved four soldiers when they…
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These Animals Are Always Looking To Kill

The animal world is divided into large groups…: amphibians, birds, reptiles, fish, and mammals – the last group, has the highest number of predators. The main characteristics of a predator are: big teeth, claws, the behavior, and body structure. In order to be a successful predator, intelligence, speed, force, strong prey drive and definitely reflexes, play a big role. The life of a predator involves long and tiring traveling, observing the prey, which must be hunted first before being eaten. The spring or summer season is mainly reserved for mating, so during this time predators hunt rarely since they need…
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These Dogs Have Taken Down Dangerous Criminals

A dog shows his courage through his attitude, his reaction to threats, and his behavior. Fearless dogs are primarily recognized for their physical appearance, as they’re confident, they walk with dignity, they have erect ears and serious facial expressions. However, bravery is mostly proved through a particular behavior; a dog that jumps in the water to save its owner without thinking twice certainly can be considered a hero. There are countless cases of canine bravery acts like for instance the dog of Alexander the Great, the dog of Napoleon, or the dog called Stubby who saved four soldiers when they…
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These Are The Most Popular Dogs in Ancient Times

Dogs have a long history so questions about how old the first dog was, how was he domesticated, and how he became friends with humans are constantly asked. After a lot of studies about the origin and history of dogs, a recent study finally confirmed that dogs were domesticated from wolves in pre-32,000-year-old Europe, all of this possible after finding remains dating back to the Palaeolithic era or also known as the Old Stone Age. In ancient times, dogs were treated as they are today, as hunters, protectors, guards, and loyal companions. Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Persians, and many ancient societies…
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These Dogs Can Catch And Knock You Down Easily

Compared to the risk that comes from road accidents, falls, drowning, poisoning or even fire, the risk from a dog is very little. The probability of being killed by road accidents is 1 in 107, by falling is 1 in 106, by drowning is 1 in 1,128, by accidental poisoning is 1 in 5,554, and by a dog, 1 in 18 million. This number is low thanks to responsible owners but also because most dog breeds have a small physique and a gentle character. Not all dog breeds have the potential to knock down or even injure a human, those…
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