Did you know the DNA of all domestic dogs has been shown to be traceable back to a single pair of grey wolves from the past?
There are several revealing implications in support of the dog kind discovery.
First, it means that the unbelievable variety of modern dogs was present within the DNA code of the original grey wolf before this domestication of modern dogs took place. Thus, the huge variation in dogs from Chihuahuas to Great Danes, Dalmatians to Dachshunds has nothing to do with “evolution”. All of these varieties are simply a sorting of information already present within the “wolf kind.”
Second, it illustrates how unreliable the time frames associated with the appearance of biological life really are. There are ongoing disagreements between geneticists and anthropologists as to when the domestication of modern dogs happened, but all agree that modern dogs must have appeared within the last 10,000 years. This time period is much too short for any significant evolutionary change to have occurred. Furthermore, this confirms that dogs are a result of the sorting of pre-existing information and a recent creation. God created dogs in a way that allowed for great variety.
(Source: Inspired Evidence – Dogs Decoded Understanding the Human Dog Relationship, NOVA Broadcast, BBC 2010)