By Per Jensen
Written by way of specialists in several components, this e-book offers an up to date account of the behavioral biology of canines. cut up in 3 components, the e-book addresses the categorical points of behavioral biology. the 1st half bargains with the evolution and improvement of the puppy, while the following half bargains with uncomplicated elements of puppy habit. the ultimate half emphasizes at the behavioral difficulties, their prevention and remedy.
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Leonard Introduction Modern dog breeds demonstrate a stunning level of morphological and behavioural diversity. The magnitude of morphological differences between dog breeds is greater than that between all wild species in Canidae, the dog family (Wayne, 1986a, b). This diversity led Charles Darwin and Konrad Lorenz to speculate that perhaps dogs derived from more than one wild ancestral species. , 1987a, b, 1997; see Chapter 2 in this volume). This brings us to the next, obvious question: where did all of the diversity we observe in dogs today come from?