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In Depth Analysis Of Canine Fertility
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For some, this in-depth comparison of wild versus domestic breeding habits analysis may seem a little too scientific. However, this reference exclusively deals with every kind of canine combination there exists - with pictures - from breeding to birthing.




Have you ever wanted to know about the breeding cycle canines go through? Look no further than these documents for answers.




https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8001368/




For those scientifically limited, or for the TLDR version, here's what most of you would be after. The differences between dogs and wolves, how they breed, and what they look like when popular pure bred hybrids are born.




https://texaswolfdogproject.org/resource...nd-puppies




 


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#2

Worth saving.  Although I can't seem to get the formatting to copy--




Thanks!


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Here is a related study I found that specifically deals with the chemical reaction male dogs have when they're being masturbated with or without a female present.




https://journals.plos.org/plosone/articl...ne.0278524




And, a very in depth guide on what to expect with or without one present when performing a collection.




https://veteriankey.com/semen-collection...servation/


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#4

Wow. Those articles are extremely interesting.

Didn't know people do such detailed studies on canine sexuality.



Thanks for sharing.


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For my 69th post on this forum, here's taking things to the next level. Glad you guys enjoy the articles. <3




This talks about the in depth analysis to humans when canine sperm is entered into a human female by a wolf or dog.




https://www.zoovilleforum.net/threads/th...ons.52333/




And, since I'm on the subject...while I'm a newbie zoo curator, I mean - credit where it's due and all that - we've seen the science, now let's see the reality.




https://people.com/health/scientists-cre...y-embryos/




As proven here, chimeras aren't species specific, at least they don't have to be. In order for cells to grow, they have to be incubated using fertile growth methods to initiate a compatible birthing bay.




In the case of dogs and wolves, cats and lions, or for that matter, horses and donkeys, humans and apes...the birthing bay is constructed in the female around the male's seed. Always the male's seed seeks to perform the same task to reconstruct its genetic line with what it has access to for it to germinate effectively.




You see this in plants as well. But unlike plants, one universal soil composition is not enough to grow animated organisms. And so to successfully birth multi-species organisms, you need to do either a uterine transplant, or a sperm mix.




Sperm mixing is very simple...it's the next safest option to all out DNA splicing. And it can be done outside of a dedicated lab. The idea is you take sperm from multiple males of different species, mix it together and do a classic artificial insemination to create a hybrid. Allowing the sperm to mix, may bring about genetic changes - similar to how this was performed to create the domestic dog and its many breeds.




Genetic adaptation requires sperm and egg to match before the germination process can begin. Culturing sperm, is how you bring species one step closer to being compatible with each other from lines that are currently incompatible. The egg takes the maturing sperm cell that's been cultured and births it. The more cultured a sperm mix is, the more intelligent the offspring gets.




This is the reason why incest does the exact opposite effect, because the line itself is not reproducing cultured cellular reconstruction. But instead, its actual inverse effect on cellular adaptation known as genetic regression.




This is why pure bred dogs come with more behavioural issues than mixed breed mutts or untainted wild breeds of the human domestic process. You see this same effect in livestock as well...it's not just your imagination, food really is becoming tasteless over time due to selective over inbreeding for traits that require some cultural maturing to take place.




Our community really does defy the odds on so many levels of sustaining critical natural infrastructure.


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