They may have bulging eyes or eye beads. Ears can be long and hair or tall and upright. The body of a dog can be short, long, compact, or slender. Tails-scrub, curly, or missing it all depends on the pedigree of the animal.
They pose a different set of environmental pressures than feral or wild dogs, or even free-ranging farm dogs. Experts on the behavior of early and primitive dogs have also noted Physical and behavioral differences between village dogs and other more feral free-ranging dogs. For example, village dogs tend to be smaller and occur more often alone or in pairs.
Village dogs include the African village dog and East Asian village dog, two types that were the earliest to be domesticated.
STRAY DOG HABITAT AND BEHAVIOR