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  1. Jan 15, 2019 · Direct carbon dating showed that the dogs were buried sometime between 9,630 and 10,190 years ago. To put this in perspective, the first North Americans are believed to have arrived here about...

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  2. Jul 05, 2018 · The new work relied on genetic evidence culled from the archaeological remains of 71 dogs from North America and Siberia. An analysis of the data revealed that the earliest dogs in North America...

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  4. Early native dogs of NA (ca. 10,000-4,000 BP) show remarkable similarity in size and general conformation: all found so far resemble the three oldest complete dog burials from Illinois (all large, about the size of a modern Dalmatian) (16, 52-53). Marked differences in size are not apparent until after about 4,000BP.

  5. Dogs were thought to be essential guides for tricky afterlife journeys. They were part of human existence and the cycle of life, death, and rebirth that was at the core of all Native American...

  6. Based on the changes in the mitochondrial DNA that served as their time clock, it appears that dogs arrived in North America around 10,000 years ago, which would be several thousand years after the...

  7. Mar 01, 2019 · In the 1750s, dogs started to undergo instruction as guides for the visually impaired in a Paris hospital for the blind. German Shepherds were also used during World War I as ambulance and messenger dogs. When thousands of soldiers came home blinded from mustard gas, dogs were trained en masse to serve as guides for the veterans.

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