Look At The Changes In These Dogs Over The Period Of A Century
The trailer of 'A Dog's Purpose' is doing rounds online and everyone is loving it. If you know me personally (chances are really dim), you'd probably know about my love for dogs.
Let's just say that if I had to choose between dogs and humans, I'll rather kill humans and run away with dogs. Now what you gonna see ahead is amazing.
Here we show you the Changes In The Dog Breeds Over The Period Of A Century. Take a look...
#6 Bull Terrier
The changes in Bull Terrier are very visible. It was first created in 1800's with the combination of the old English Terrier and the Bulldog.
They once had very thin and lopped body with a considerably curvy nose. But due to excessive breeding over the period of years, this dog has developed a warped skull and a thicker abdomen.
Keep reading ahead to know about more dogs.
#5 German Shepherd
They've become more healthy in the period of 100 years, Right? In 1850's they had a thinner abdomen and a sharper stance that everyone knows today. Do you know, they were initially developed from herding sheep.
This tiny little cutie has the History of more than 400 years. Dachshund breed was developed in Germany. This dog once had a functioning leg with proper neck according to its size.
But well, humans like to conduct experiments on dogs, right? Therefore, today Dachshunds are the highly risked breed for inter-vertebral disc disease which can further result in paralysis.
#3 Saint Bernand
Saint Bernand today have a thick fur compared to what they had 100 years ago. They also have broader skulls with a sharp angle between nose and foreheads.
#2 Bull Dog
Bull dogs have become cuter over the years. But let's face it, the English Bulldog has suffered a lot due to intensive breeding.
They suffer from every possible illness a dog can have.
And here comes the cutest of all. The Pug once also known as Dutch Mastiffs is the another dog breed which is prone to health diseases such as high blood pressure, low oxygenation, overheats, heart problems and much more because of intensive breeding.
They were developed by Portuguese in 16th century. Look at the difference.
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