Dogs are not wolves. They share similar DNA.
Your way is better. Better is subjective.
I mention wolves because you mentioned science and writing a theses. Then you mentioned pack. This is odd. Reason being that science does not accept dogs as being pack animals. Science also does not accept dominance theory.
Either you accept what the science community teaches or you don't. Or you choose to pick whatever fits your theory and not what has been proven.
I don't understand why it so hard to admit that every person that has bred some dog has affected future generations and that no one group alone is responsible for dogs changing over time from one state to another. Even more perplexing is that you refuse to admit that mixing a breed by breeding something into it that is not the same breed will alter the litter and cause it to no longer be the same breed.