It's a result of domestication, along with genes that give expression to more juvenile canine characteristics (neoteny) and friendliness.
by Nicole Sing3 years ago
According to my recent poll in one of my hubs there are people, who are not so sure why dogs wag their tails.I am really curious to find out what people think could make the dogs wag their tails.Fleas? Appendicitis?...
by Myn Is Me5 years ago
Why do lizards lose their tails?
by Precious Williams6 years ago
Our dog is very happy, but then he's allowed to do what he wants. Do you believe in dog training?
by Milo Andre Swearengin3 years ago
Why do cats chase mice?
by stariswhoiam6 years ago
If you were a flower, what flower would you be and why?
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