The first examples of shepherd dogs
The most famous example of the early herding dogs is the “Peat Dog”, which seems to live with people known as “inhabitants of the pyres. This dog was supposedly only slightly larger than a fox.
Evidence of their existence are the residues found in waste piles by these sediments. These debris include both dog skulls and bones damaged by traces of the dogs’ teeth. It is commonly believed that this is evidence of the existence of a dog-human relationship in this civilization.
Since it was believed that the domestication of livestock also took place at this time, it is understandable that this dog may have been the first example of the earliest herding dogs.