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On the Origins of Breed Types by Means of Human Action-Peter Friedrich- 1.0.0

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ON THE ORIGINS OF BREED TYPES BY MEANS OF HUMAN ACTION

Slides from Peter Friedrich's plenary talk from the 4th IDHW, Windsor, 31 May 2019

Also see: Friedrich, Peter, 2018, Questionable Phenotypic Traits in the Rottweiler - which offers information on valuable breed traits, comments on the "Redesigned Rottweilers with extreme characteristics..."  i.e. the impacts of trendiness supported by media and  human motivations to possess special, extravagant and innovative dogs."
 

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