The consensus haplotype sharing of phased, ten-SNP windows spanning the genome is used to construct this dog phylogenetic tree. Six dogs from each breed are represented. The branch color coding is based on phenotypic or historical groups developed by dog fanciers. From 1,000 replications, 184 dots indicate.95% bootstrap support. Reprinted with permission from von Holdt BM, Pollinger JP, Lohmueller Ke, et al. SNP and haplotype analyses at the genome-wide level reveal a rich history underlying dog domestication. Dogs were first domesticated in Asia, and their major ancestor was a wolf subspecies, Canis lupus chanco, as shown in this dog phylogenetic tree diagram. Grab a copy of EdrawMax today to draw phylogenetic trees for your study.