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100 years of selective breeding - I really like how these dogs used to look before people went mental with the pedigree.
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100 years of selective breeding

100 years of selective breeding - I really like how these dogs used to look before people went mental with the pedigree.

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Dog breeds Then and Now

Bull Terrier, Basset hound, Boxer, Bulldog, GSD, Pug, St. Bernard, Dachshund, St. Bernard skull (1850/1967), Bull Terrier skull (1931/1976) 100 Years of Breed “Improvement” Science and Dogs

What Years of Selective Breeding Did To Purebred Dogs Is Disturbing.

History of Selective Breeding in Dogs | Animal Bliss

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When You Realize The Truth About Purebred Dogs, It Will Make You Sick. The Photos Say It All.

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If You Think Pugs Are Cute… a www I feel so bad now.
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If You Think Pugs Are Cute…

If You Think Pugs Are Cute… a www I feel so bad now.

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The Belgian Hare is a fancy breed of domestic rabbit, that was developed through selective breeding to closely resemble the wild hare in physical appearance. Description from pixgood.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The English Lop--- is a fancy breed of domestic rabbit that was developed in England, in the 19th century through selective breeding, and is believed to be the FIRST breed of lop rabbit developed by humans,and possibly one of the OLDEST breeds of domestic rabbit.Averaging 11 pounds (5.5 kg), the English Lop is characterized by its distinctively long lop EARS, bold head and large body size, and can live up to five years or more.