Did you know that St. Bernards disprove creationism?

A study at the University of Manchester (England) shows that selective breeding of St. Bernard dogs has caused an evolutionary change in the shape of the breed's head. This is evidenced by an examination of skulls dating back 120 years. There are significant changes brought about solely by breeding for... show more A study at the University of Manchester (England) shows that selective breeding of St. Bernard dogs has caused an evolutionary change in the shape of the breed's head. This is evidenced by an examination of skulls dating back 120 years. There are significant changes brought about solely by breeding for specific characteristics.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/10/071024083652.htm
(So, how come there are still St. Bernards?)
Update: I do not mean to "muck up" the argument, and I understand that selective breeding is different from evolution, but it must be admitted by the believers that these dogs are not exactly the same as god created them, right?
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