Cuba's large population of stray dogs live independent lives, like this one snoozing under a park bench in Havana. It's common to see bowls of food and water left on the sidewalk for unowned dogs.
The typical Havana pooch is long, somewhat low slung, about 20 pounds with a reddish-tan coat.
Such homogeneity might be the result of amorous activity on the part of pet dogs like this one, peeking out the door. Dachshunds make up a good part of the companion dog population.