Yes. All domesticated dogs that are around today are descended from a handful of domesticated grey wolves, who were originally found roaming the plains of the Middle East. Genetic research has recently confirmed this theory. Here’s a cool fact: smaller domestic dogs have been around for over 12,000 years!
For the most part yes. Domestication of dogs began with the domestication of the gray wolf thousands of years ago. However, some scientists believe that dogs may also have some jackal and coyote heritage as well.
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