EXHIBITION STAND DESIGN & SETUP FOR DOG-TRADE-SHOWS
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Domestic Dog is an associate member of the genus Canis (dogs) which form part of the wolves such as canids and most widely abundant carnivore. Dog and existing gray wolf is sister taxa with modern wolves are not closely related to wolves that were first domesticated. The dog was the intial domesticated species and is selectively bred for millennia for many behaviors, physical characteristics, and sensory capabilities.
His long association with people brought a dog to be in accordance with human behavior and is able to grow on a diet rich in starch which would be inappropriate for other canid species. Dogs vary widely in color, size and shape. Dogs perform many roles for people, such as animal husbandry, hunting, protection, pulling loads, assist the military and police, companionship, and, more recently, assisting people with disabilities. This impact on human society has given them the nickname "man's best friend".
The word "domestic dog" is generally used for wild species and domestic variety. The English word dog comes from Middle English dogge, from old English docga is a "powerful dog breed” the concept can possibly be derived from the proto-Germanic dukkōn represented in the fingers docce Old English. It also shows known name diminutive, also seen in animal Frogga "frog", picga "pig," Stagga "deer" wicga "beetle, worm", among others. The term dog may be derived ultimately from the first layer of Proto-Indo-European vocabulary.
In England in the fourteenth century, the dog (from Old English: Hund) was a universal term for all domestic dogs and dog refers to a dog subtype of hund, a group involving the mastiff. It is understood that this kind of "dog" is so common that it eventually became a prototype of the division “hound”, by the 16th century, the dog became the general terms, and hound began to refer only to the kind use for hunting. The term hound is uniquely derived from the words at the end of the Proto-Indo-European term *Kwon, "dog" This semantic change can be compared to German, where the corresponding terms Hund and Dogge kept their initial meanings.
Male dog is described as a dog, a female dog is called a bitch. Father of litter is referring to the father and the mother is called the dam. (Bicqué Middle English, The process of birth is whelping, an old English word whelp; The modern English word "Pug" is another term for a puppy. Litter refers to multiple offspring in one birth which are refers to pups or puppies French poupee "doll", which replaces most of the time the old term "Pug.
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