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While many shelter workers claim the phenomenon is real, its acceptance is disputed, and quantitative analyses are limited.
A article in the journal Animal Welfare , found that color was not a major factor in adoptions at a Northern Ireland shelter; black-and-white coats were most prevalent among adopted dogs, followed by yellow, solid black, gold, and black-and-tan coats.
However, this did not take into account what percentage of the shelter populations had those colors to begin with, and thus says nothing about the chances of an individual dog of a particular color being adopted, compared to a dog of another color.
A study of 1, relinquished dogs offered for adoption at a local humane society found having a primarily black coat color was a variable associated with euthanasia, while gold, gray, and white coats colors were significant predictors of successful adoption.
A study published in the Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science of dog and cat adoption in California animal shelters found pure-black coat colors to be negative factors in adoption rates for both dogs and cats.
In the general manager of the Los Angeles Animal Services department reported that twelve months of data on the intake of 30, dogs showed slightly more dogs that were predominantly or all black were adopted than dogs who were not predominantly or all black.
A PhD thesis analyzing multiple factors found a measurable variance contributing to dogs with primarily black coats being euthanized rather than adopted.
A study of dogs' length of stay LOS at two New York "no-kill" shelters determined that canine coat color had no effect. A Masters thesis analysis of 16, dogs at two Pacific Northwest shelters found that black dogs were adopted more quickly than average at both shelters.
A study of cat adoption rates published in The Open Veterinary Science Journal concluded that "Results indicated that black cats, regardless of age or sex, require the longest time to adopt.
They are followed by primarily black cats with other colors.