Village Dog East Asian

The history of village dogs in East Asia is intertwined with the development of human civilizations in the region. These dogs, often referred to as indigenous or landrace dogs, have lived alongside humans for thousands of years and have adapted to various environments and lifestyles. These dogs likely originated from regional wolf populations and were gradually domesticated as they formed bonds with early human communities. Village dogs in East Asia exhibit a wide range of physical appearances and traits, reflecting their diverse genetic backgrounds and regional variations. While there may be common traits shared among populations, there is also considerable variation within the population.