1.What is the origin of dogs?
Dogs are mammals, whose origin is a small animal the size of a weasel, which archaeologists and fossils believe, and it was living in parts of the continent of Asia about 60 million years ago, and it is called Myasis, but this type became extinct and some of it developed 30-40 million years ago .
The previous family evolved into another new animal called Cynodictis, an animal of medium size, with a long body, long tail, and thick hair. This offspring has evolved over thousands of years to become a new species known as Tomarketus.
Who are considered the ancestors of what are now known as wolves, dogs and foxes, and genetic evidence indicates that the origin of dogs descends directly from the category of wolves.