How does the domestication of a species happen?
Can learned instincts be genetically inherited to offspring and become second nature over the course of hundreds of years? Would that mean that the way your brain is wired is genetically inherited?
I was just hugging my dog and it seemed second nature to him.
Behaviour is primarily genetic. Humans just selected those animals that were receptive to human contact, company, and commands and over time the species changes. Artificial selection is actually pretty interesting. It's crazy how rapidly evolution can occur. Most dog races around these days around no more than 200 years old.