After the dogs who do not swim in the river are rescued, they need to do the following steps: 1, keep warm first, blow dry with a hair dryer, and then wrap it with a sheet to let it lie down. 2, gently massage the lower abdomen and soothing, as long as it is mentally stable. 3, in general, there is no problem when you drink some water when you drink some water. When the time is anxious, you will pee yourself. The dog's intestines are relatively short. Essence 4, feed the dog with some salt water, so that the dog's spirit will soon recover, and the strength will be recovered. Take it out and walk around, and it will be completely good. Dogs (Latin Canis Lupus) belongs to the spinal animal doors, vertebrates asian, mammalian, real beast subclase, carnivorous eyes, cracked feet, and dogs. Chinese is also known as "dogs", and dogs are distributed around the world. Dogs and horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, and chickens are called "six beasts". Coster believes that dogs are domesticated from early humans from the Gray Wolf. The domestication time is 40,000 years ago to 15,000 years ago. Known as "the most loyal friend of human beings", it is now the most breeding pet. Its life span is more than ten years. The dogs are domesticated from wolf. As early as the era of hunting collection, people have already domesticated dogs as assistants when hunting. Therefore, dogs should be regarded as the earliest domesticated livestock. Hebei Wu'an Mountain, Henan Xinzheng Pei Gang, Zhejiang Yuyao Hemu and other sites have unearthed dog bones, which prove that its domestication history is long. The dog-shaped 鬶 (Figure 3-50) unearthed from Sanli River, Shandong, is vivid and realistic. The dog bones unearthed from the Banpo site of Xi'an, Shaanxi have small skulls, protruding from the forehead, small meat cracks, and bent at the edge of the mandible. It is very different from the current North China wolf, which shows that the history of human domesticated dogs is indeed very early.
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