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Pack Social Structure: Question 4
What social changes occurred in dogs when they became domesticated?
No social changes occurred when dogs became domesticated.
When dogs became domesticated, they lost all of their wild canine instinctual social behavior.
It caused dogs to view people as socially compatible with their pack, to accept the human family as a pack substitute, and made it possible for humans to be a dog's Alpha-leader.
Domestication caused dogs to adopt human social conventions and copy human interactions.
Please make a selection.