L’histoire de samoyede

The Samoyed has been identified as a basal breed that predates the emergence of the modern breeds in the 19th Century.[24] Samoyeds were originally used for hunting, herding reindeer, and hauling sledges for the Samoyede people in Siberia.[25] Fridtjof Nansen believed that the use of sled dogs was the only effective way to explore the north and used Samoyeds on his polar expeditions.
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Samoyede

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The Samoyed is a primitive dog belonging to the spitz or northern dog group, specifically the laikas: a Eurasian dog type used for a variety of purposes, namely hunting, herding, guarding, and sledding. The Samoyed is descended from the Nenets herding laika, a dog that comes in not only white, but also a wider variety of colors. Like many breeds, the Samoyed was bred from a small number of founders (in this case, from Siberia). The founder effect then led to a reduction in genetic diversity, which may explain why some Samoyeds today are affected by the genetic disorders below.

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