Mom has been reading an article about doggie DNA in the most recent issue of National Geographic. It says that there is not a lot of DNA difference between breeds and that if you switched maybe like 3 genes, you could turn a pug into a labrador. Or something like that. I was kind of confused because I thought genes were the blue pants Dad wears. But no, there are things inside me, you and every living thing on the planet.
The article had a graph showing 85 doggie breeds clustered into 4 groups - wolflike, herders, hunters and mastifflike. Doggies like chow chows have mostly wolflike and a bassett hounds are mostly hunters. Guess what puggies are? Mostly herders. Yeah, we know. Mommy was like, "waaahhhht?" But then she remembered how me and Daisy bump into her leg when we're running to get treats in the kitchen. She thinks maybe that might be herding behavior or it could just goofballness.
Mom actually thinks that puggies have mostly snuggle worm DNA and she can prove it with this picture of me from this morning.
But I don't know. I think I see a little wolf - what do you think?