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Fig. 1 | Canine Genetics and Epidemiology

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From: An autosomal recessive mutation in SCL24A4 causing enamel hypoplasia in Samoyed and its relationship to breed-wide genetic diversity

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Robert Peary Sr in Greenland with some of the sledge dogs used in Greenland. Source: Willy Ley The Poles New York, New York: Time Incorporated, 1962. These dogs were of the Samoyede type. However, large heavy coated dogs of varied appearance were also used. Ancestors of such dogs (Samoyede or Samoyed) became more known for their gentle demeanor around people, alert and active personalities, striking thick double coats and noteworthy solid or patterned white, biscuit or cream colors than for pulling sledges

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