Dogs in Rewilding w/ David Ian Howe || The Rewilding Podcast

In this episode of the Rewild Podcast I talk with David Ian Howe  about dogs and rewilding. David is a professional archaeologist trying  to popularize the science of anthropology, most often through comedic  videos. He is known for his interest and expertise in understanding  ethnocynology–the study of the ancient relationship between humans and  dogs. As rewilding is in part, a critique of domestication, the  relationship between humans and dogs is an interesting area of  exploration: at what point does mutualistic symbiosis become parasitic,  or vice versa and is the human and dog relationship reflective of that?  Listen in as David and I discuss this ancient relationship, among a few  other topics.


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