Great Job! free-breeding dogs Meeting Hard!

Great Job! free-breeding dogs Meeting Hard!


When we identify a dog as a Village Dog, it's not because we can't figure out what breeds are in the dog. Village Dogs are free-ranging, free-breeding dogs whose ancestors were indigenous to a geographic area. In effect, they are the descendants of the founding population of dogs in a region. Although they are not recognized by kennel clubs, they are indeed a breed of dog. With the migration of people, there is often some introduction of more conventional domestic dog breeds into Village Dog populations—and we can easily identify this.

Village Dogs Mating Hard!

Village Dogs Mating Hard!

Village Dogs Mating Hard!

Village Dogs are "outside" dogs found around the world living in and around human settlements. They're also known as island dogs, pariah dogs, or free-ranging dogs. Many Village Dog populations precede the formation of modern breed dogs. They make up about 3/4s of the billion or so dogs living on Earth today. 

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