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November 25, 1896

Wednesday nov 25  A nice warm day  the little boys [1] & I went to Wellman  I paid W F Reed $3 that Dave Taylor gave me to pay on paper  I got Some grates & Castings for our Cook Stove at Palmers & Co… 58 more words

1865-1898 Family Life On The Farm

November 18, 1896

Wednesday November 18th 1896  Colder  froze quite hard this morning & thawed very little all day  I sent a card home & we visited with Johns… 136 more words

1865-1898 Family Life On The Farm

Acral Lick Dermatitis

An obsseion with licking itself, dogs will lick the layer of skin off, and keep licking even goin as far as the bone. The wound will try to reheal, but with the dog licking it, they will just lick any new flesh right off. 78 more words

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Dog's and Baby's

Dogs see children as members of the family (or pack) and can be very protective of them with strangers. These desires are more common hen jealousy. 282 more words

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Imprinting 1

The powerful bond that forms an attachment between a young animal and an individual or individuals, frequently including it’s parent’s.  This occurs in young wovles, dogs, bird, and many other mammals.  62 more words

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Scientific beliefs 1

In this day and age most scientists believe that the dog is now likely the direct ancestor to an animal similar to the gray wolf. But in the 19th century Charles Darwin observing the diversity in dog breeds championed the idea that more than one wild ancestor was involved. 22 more words



The earliest ancestor to not only the canids but also, bears, weasels, racoons, civets, hyenas, and cats. It walked like a modern bear on the soles of it’s feet ( unlike today’s dogs that walk on the tips of their toes). 79 more words

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