Thursday, September 12, 2013

Dog Infographic: How Dogs Became Our Best Friends

To commemorate our Wordless Wednesday (being a day late), let me just share this canine infographic from The Uncommon Dog.

Thanks again, Miss Tammy.
How did you end up becoming your dog's best friend?


  1. Great infographic I really enjoyed reading that, thanks for sharing.


  2. Aw, so sweet! Humans and dogs are meant to be :)

  3. We agree that is a cute infographic. Have a tremendous Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

  4. That's a very interesting infographic! Thanks for sharing. :)

  5. Baby anything look so cute, so it's no wonder people took them to heart.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  6. Well, I don't have a dog but I know my cat hates me.

  7. Howling at Birdie's comment..Dogs are the smartest I keep telling that Furball, Dogs rule, Cat's drool..BOL xx0xxx

    Mollie and Alfie

  8. Oh my gosh is that so cute!!!! However, I have to say I tend to subscribe to the garbage dump theory. Thats the current theory that humans necessarily produced a lot of garbage at their camps. Wolves started to eat the garbage with helped the humans since it cleaned up. They started to follow the humans. The wolves who ate garbage gradually became more domesticated and changed from wolves to dogs. Gradually they became the humans helpers and companions. Here is a really great article on the theory
    from national geographic. The story board is adorable though

    urban hounds

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