Past climate change had a huge impact on the ancestors of today's canines.
Two modern dog breeds share DNA with a prehistoric Siberian wolf, suggesting that the ancestry of today’s dogs runs much deeper than previously thought.
Since 2009 the wolves have been rapidly declining in numbers, dropping from 24 to just 3 in six years.
The finding has animal experts puzzling over what led to domestication of man's best friend.
A politician is spinning a tale about big bad wolves, but a fact check finds that people have a greater chance of being killed by an elevator than a wolf.
Some of the oldest known 'dogs' have just been determined to be wolves -- so who were the first actual dogs?
Some wolves are born with a capacity to bond with people, new research finds.
Dogs might only have a 10,000-year history in the Americas, suggests a new study that also concludes many early American dogs were wolf-like and highly valued.
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