Season 25, Episode 12 Dogs That Changed the World: Dogs by Design
First Aired: April 29, 2007
Conclusion. Narrator F. Murray Abraham calls dogs an “evolutionary miracle.” Examined here is why various breeds were developed, among them, bulldogs, which once controlled livestock in slaughterhouse yards; Pekingese, bred to look like a tiny lion; swift salukis, used to hunt rabbits; and terriers, unrivaled rat hunters. Also: why different breeds grow and mature at different rates.
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