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Dogs and Their ChildrenAbout the time of the Ice Age the early man adopted canines as their companions. It all started with a hungry wolf eyeing a man's kill as he sat stripping away at the meat and swallowing it. As soon as he turned this once enemy, an animal the early man competed with everyday, sat friendly next to him, drooling for the food in the man's hand. As soon as that man handed the wolf his very own food the domesticating process began. The man found his wolf had her pups, and he traded the pups for tools readily made. Then the man realized the actual convenience of the wolf. She was a wolf of protection, hunting, tracking, and an animal of pleasure. He picked out his favored pups of his first wolf's litter, bred them with the best of his group.Dogs and Their Children by caroro
At that time people were pulling wild wolves out of their dens while they were still young and the mother was hunting. They raised the pup to be what they wanted, and the domesticating continued.
The later in the history of man, explorers came across fox