Why Are There so Many Breeds of Dogs?

Answer

The place of origin influences the characteristics of various groups of dogs. Over time, because of natural mutations, climate and human preferences, breeds became ever more numerous and specialized until they reached the point of modern classification, according to Guide to Dogs. This classification is based on the aptitude of a breed in five skills: hunting, shepherding, guarding, work and company.
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