Dogs That Changed the World
Production Credits

The Rise of the Dog

Television Credits

DOGS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD: THE RISE OF THE DOG

Narrated By
F. MURRAY ABRAHAM

Directed And Produced By
CORINNA FAITH

Edited By
KIERAN SMYTH

Music Composed By
MAX REUD
KRIS ZOOKI

Assistant Producer
IDA VEN BRUUSGAARD

Senior Researcher
JAMES REED

Researcher
REBECCA LLOYD EVANS

Camera
CHRISTOPHER OPENSHAW
CHRISTOPHER COX
COLIN ROGAL
WARWICK SLOSS

Camera Assistant
MAX HUG WILLIAMS

Sound
NIGEL BATTING
DAVE CALVERT
DEAN GANTER
NIC JONES
YURI LAGUNA
SEAN MILLAR

Archive
ABC LIBRARY SALES
BOA FILMS

With Thanks To
PROF. RAY COPPINGER, Hampshire College, MA
DR. JAMES A. SERPELL, University of Pennsylvania
DR. SUSAN CROCKFORD, University of Victoria, BC
PROF. PETER SAVOLAINEN, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
JOE RELPH
SUE HAMILTON
JANICE KOLER-MATZNICK
KEN MACRURY
CATTLIN MARQUES
PARTNERS WITH MELANESIANS
VERITY OSWIN
PALITUQ OUTFITTING
JOHN ROGERSON
LYUDMILA TRUT
MIKE NIME WILANGUE
KOLMARDEN ZOO

Graphic Design
FLUID PICTURES

Post Production Facility
EVOLUTIONS

Online Editor
DANIEL RICHARDS

Colorist
NICK ADAMS

Dubbing Mixer
MARK OWEN

Production Coordinator
GEORGINA CRAWFORD

Production Manager
REBECCA PORTER

Head Of Production
LYNN SINCLAIR

Executive Producer For Tigress Productions
JEREMY BRADSHAW

For NATURE

Series Editor
JANET HESS

Supervising Producer
JANICE YOUNG

Senior Producer
LAURA METZGER

Producer
JILL CLARKE

Associate Producer
IRENE TEJARATCHI

Production Manager
JULIE SCHAPIRO THORMAN

Production Assistant
RACHAEL TEEL

Manager
EILEEN FRAHER

Re-Recording Mixer
ED CAMPBELL

HD Online Editor
DAVID NOLING

Online Editor
BRUNO PELLEGRINI

Offline Editor
STACEY DOUGLASS MOVERLEY

Main Title And Series Graphics
PMcD DESIGN

Original Nature Theme
ALEX LASARENKO
tonal, inc

Series Producer
BILL MURPHY

Executive In Charge
WILLIAM GRANT

Executive Producer
FRED KAUFMAN

A co-production of Thirteen/WNET New York and Tigress Productions Limited

This program was produced by Thirteen/WNET New York, which is solely responsible for its content.

© 2007 Educational Broadcasting Corporation All Rights Reserved

Web Credits

Producer
DANIEL B. GREENBERG

Associate Producer
TANNER VEA

Designer
MICHAEL DIMAURO

Pagebuilding
BRIAN SANTALONE

Technical Director
BRIAN LEE

Writer
KATHY SVITIL

Photos for “Introduction” and “Selective Breeding Problems” © Tim Cuff. Photo for “What caused the domestication of wolves?” © Corrina Faith. Other images from Dogs That Changed the World.

Thirteen Online is a production of Thirteen/WNET New York’s Kravis Multimedia Education Center in New York City. Dan Goldman, Executive Director, thirteen.org. Bob Adleman, Business Manager.

 

Dogs by Design

Television Credits

DOGS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD: DOGS BY DESIGN

Directed By
CORINNA FAITH

Produced By
IDA VEN BRUUSGAARD

Edited By
STEVE SCALES

Music Composed By
MAX REUD
KRIS ZOOKI

Senior Researcher
JAMES REED

Researcher
REBECCA LLOYD EVANS

Camera
CHRIS OPENSHAW
CHRISTOPHER COX
COLIN ROGAL
MARK ROBINSON
WARWICK SLOSS

Camera Assistant
MAX HUG WILLIAMS

Sound
NIGEL BATTING
DEAN GANTER
YURI LAGUNA
NIC JONES
SEAN MILLAR
GARETH JOHN
ROBERT DOWNING

Additional Field Directors
PHILIP LOTT
MATTHEW THOMPSON
WILL WEST
CERI WHITBY

Set Designer
CHARLOTTE MALIK

Make Up/Hair/Costume
ALISHA BAILEY
JOAN STRIBLING de’LAUNAY

Production Assistants
SIMON BAXTER
CORINNE HEWLETT
ERIK INGRAM
CLIO PAKENHAM

Archive
BRITISH PATHE
DAVID HANCOCK / CHARWYNNE DOG FEATURES
ITN SOURCE
KENNEL CLUB UK
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
THE ART ARCHIVE / BOUDET
THE ART ARCHIVE / CULVER PICTURES
THE ART ARCHIVE / PRIVATE COLLECTION MD

With Thanks To
PROF. RAY COPPINGER, Hampshire College, MA
DR. JAMES A. SERPELL, University of Pennsylvania
DR. SUSAN CROCKFORD, University of Victoria, BC
PROF. PETER SAVOLAINEN, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
DR. JEFF SAMPSON
ROBERT ALLEYNE
DR. CAROLYN WILLIS, Amersham Hospital
KENN ANDERSON
WILL CHANTER
FRIENDS OF ANIMAL LEAGUE
THE FOUR SHIRES BLOODHOUND GROUP
COLONEL DAVID HANCOCK
JANICE KOLER MATZNICK
SUE McCABE
CAROLYN MENTEITH
MICHELE REINKEMEYER / HEAVEN SCENT PAWS, INC.
VERITY OSWIN
JOHN ROGERSON
MIDLANDS COUNTY CANINE SOCIETY
THE NATIONAL TRUST
THE UK KENNEL CLUB
KOLMARDEN ZOO

Graphic Design
FLUID PICTURES

Post Production Facility
EVOLUTIONS

Online Editor
BEN HEATHER

Colorist
NICK ADAMS

Dubbing Mixer
MARK OWEN

Production Coordinator
GEORGINA CRAWFORD

Production Manager
REBECCA PORTER

Head Of Production
LYNN SINCLAIR

Series Producer For Tigress Productions
JEREMY BRADSHAW

Executive In Charge For Tigress Productions
BELINDA CHERRINGTON

For NATURE

Series Editor
JANET HESS

Supervising Producer
JANICE YOUNG

Senior Producer
LAURA METZGER

Producer
JILL CLARKE

Associate Producer
IRENE TEJARATCHI

Production Manager
JULIE SCHAPIRO THORMAN

Production Assistant
RACHAEL TEEL

Manager
EILEEN FRAHER

Re-Recording Mixer
ED CAMPBELL

HD Online Editor
DAVID NOLING

Online Editor
BRUNO PELLEGRINI

Offline Editor
STACEY DOUGLASS MOVERLEY

Main Title And Series Graphics
PMcD DESIGN

Original Nature Theme
ALEX LASARENKO
tonal, inc

Series Producer
BILL MURPHY

Executive In Charge
WILLIAM GRANT

Executive Producer
FRED KAUFMAN

A co-production of Thirteen/WNET New York and Tigress Productions Limited

This program was produced by Thirteen/WNET New York, which is solely responsible for its content.

© 2007 Educational Broadcasting Corporation All Rights Reserved

Web Credits

Producer
DANIEL B. GREENBERG

Associate Producer
TANNER VEA

Designer
MICHAEL DIMAURO

Pagebuilding
BRIAN SANTALONE

Technical Director
BRIAN LEE

Writer
KATHY SVITIL

Photos for “Overview” and “Selective Breeding Problems”  © Tim Cuff. Photo for “What caused the domestication of wolves?” © Corrina Faith. Other images from Dogs That Changed the World.

Thirteen Online is a production of Thirteen/WNET New York’s Kravis Multimedia Education Center in New York City. Dan Goldman, Executive Director, thirteen.org. Bob Adleman, Business Manager.

  • Nicole

    I totally loved the doberman in the film, they reminded me a lot of the one I had. Since they looked so much alike can anybody tell me their pedigree or were they were bred? I mean those dogs that are shown in the film in particular.
    Thanks so much!

  • bernice

    I was tring to read more about the fox experiment by Dr. Bialeff (spelling?), but could not find his name in the credits. Why was he not mentioned, when there was quite a bit of footage about this?

  • Adelia

    Wow! This dog is sooo cute thanks for posting it! This dog is eye candy!xoxoxoxoxoxo Adelia

  • Darlene Hills

    I feel such an ageless connection with ancient man when I’m in the hunting woods with a couple of mates and a pack of good dogs. It seems to me its the most natural thing in the world to be doing! You share a unique connection with those you hunt with, both 2-legged and 4-legged. We all together, dogs and men/women, become one entity, a hunting/killing machine. Everyone brings a singular skill, not much talking is required, everybody knows their job, and when combined, we are fierce! There’s not many beasts out there that can overcome the odds presented by a team of men/women and dogs. All relationships exists because they are mutually beneficial and dog/man is the most mutually beneficial hook-up on the planet!

  • Jeani

    I have a dog that looks just like Daisy. But I don’t know what kind of dog it is. He up and adopted us last year Thanksgiving. I can tell he’s some kind of hound but I don’t know specifically what kind. I’d love to know. If there is anyone out there that can tell me what kind of dog this is and show me some proof, I’d love to hear from you! I’ve had numerous conversations and have even been argued at over the dog’s breed.
    Training him has been harder for me than my Malinois because I like to use the dog’s natural instincts and skills to hone their abilities. It seems to make for a happier dog and a happier mom. So please if you can help I’d really really appreciate it!

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