How Dogs Got Their Shapes

With over 400 breeds and countless variations, canines have become the most diverse mammal on land.

From ears to tails, coats to paws, every part of their body is uniquely structured to serve an important purpose.  “How Dogs Got Their Shapes” shines a light on a variety of shapes to explain how each part plays a pivotal role in the evolution, history and behavior of distinct dog breeds.

Production Information

Broadcaster: Nat Geo Wild

TX Date: April 2016

Format: 1 x 60 & 11 x 5

Useful Links:

Nat Geo Wild - How Dogs Got Their Shapes

 

Executive Producer(s):

Tony Tackaberry

Allison Corn

Jennifer Silverman

Ruth Johnson