All Dogs Are Individuals [INFOGRAPHIC]: Spanish Translation

In this infographic Animal Farm Foundation looked at the science and research on the subject of canine genetics and behavior. What we found is simple: All Dogs Are Individuals.

En esta gráfica informativa, Animal Farm Foundation exploró la ciencia e investigación en relación al tema de la genética y el comportamiento canino. Lo que descubrimos fue simple: Cada Perro es un Individuo.

Despite how a dog may look on the outside or what their breed or breed mix may be, research reveals that dogs are complex animals influenced by many factors. Looks alone do not dictate behavior.

Sin importar la apariencia, o bien, la raza o mezcla de razas a las que un perro pertenezca, investigaciones recientes demuestran que los perros son animales complejos influenciados por varios factores. La apariencia no indica únicamente al comportamiento.

Recognizing and understanding dogs as individuals is important for our families and communities. It means that every dog must be judged and evaluated for their actual behavior, rather than on assumptions, generalizations, and stereotypes based on breed or looks. And all dog owners must be held equally accountable.

Es de suma importancia para nuestras familias y comunidades el reconocer y comprender a los perros como individuos. Esto significa que cada perro debe ser juzgado y evaluado por su verdadero comportamiento, en lugar de asumir, generalizar o basarnos en estereotipos, raza o apariencia. Y los dueños de cada perro debe tener la misma responsabilidad.

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Puedes encontrar la gráfica informativa completa aquí. Si quieres añadir la gráfica informativa en tu página web o blog, sólo copia y pega el código (se encuentra hasta abajo de esta página). ¡Una vista previa de la gráfica informativa aparecerá en tu sitio web!

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Thank you to Natalia Martinez of Design Lab Creative Studio for designing and translating the infographic!

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CITATIONS:

The Dog and It’s Genome by Elaine Ostrander

Genetics and the Social Behavior of the Dog by Scott and Fuller

National Geographic

Kristopher J. Irizarry, PhD

Janis Bradley, The Relevance of Breed in Selecting a Companion Dog

Dr. Victoria Voith

ABSTRACTS:

Brachycephalic traits

Morphological traits

Brain development genes

Cranial facial development and here

Canine skull development

 

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