Why don’t dogs have races like humans do?
Like, why aren’t there black, or Asian dogs?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavourite answer
There's lots of races for dogs
- 4 weeks ago
There are black dogs and there are asian dogs. Furthermore, race is a social construct created by european academics.
- 1 month ago
There are many breeds and colors of dogs. There's the Pekingese from China, the German Shepherd from Germany, and the Labrador from Newfoundland, as well as every other breed. Each of these breeds come in different colors also. The Pekingese can be white, black, fawn, cream, and more. The German Shepherd can be black, sable, gray, red, or a mix of these. The Labrador can be black, yellow (which varies from red to white and everything in between), or chocolate.
So your question is really quite silly seeing as there are far more varieties of dogs than there are people. Also, dogs don't have races unless you're talking about them trying to see who can catch the rabbit first.
- EastLv 41 month ago
My Standard Poodle is black. There are more kinds of dogs (breeds) than people.
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- 1 month ago
Because It's mon Human
- bluebonnetgrannyLv 71 month ago
It is the different breeds & not races when it comes to dogs. All dogs have an origin & that could be their origin/race, if you look at it kinda ********.
- Siamese Cat MomLv 41 month ago
Some dogs, come from America (American poodle), Mexico (Chihuahua), etc. But they have no race. Just where they originated, and mutts are mixed between ANY type of dog.
- 1 month ago
Omg. This question is killing me, in a good way. So dogs do have this equivalent. Let me explain:
First, dogs, unlike people, have different breeds. There are no different breeds/types of modern human. The dog version of what humans call 'race' is coat pigment of a particular breed of dog.For example, if you look at Labrador Retrievers we have 3 colors (not counting silver--sorry): black, yellow and brown. We don't call these different colored labs different races. They are all labs. Some are yellow, brown and black. That is the human equivalent to 'race', which is why race is a stupid human social construct. We just have different colored humans, just like labs do.
- 1 month ago
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- Julie D.Lv 71 month ago
They "sort of do" but they are called different breeds. Also, just like some people there are mixed breed dogs, just like some people are mixed race/races.