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Thread: 1rst dog born in Central Asia 15,000 yrs ago

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    1rst dog born in Central Asia 15,000 yrs ago

    I think this is seems a very thorough dna study on not just purebreds but street muts all over the world indicates the 1rst dog came about at least 15K years ago in central Asia-they don't name a breed like some other reports but it seems to fit the previous work, dos'nt it?

    Furthest Y line=Patrick Whealen 1816-1874, b.Tipperary Co. Ire. d. Kincardine Ont.

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