in Asian countries that eat dog, is how they can do that even when they do have pet dogs
But people in the west keep canaries and parrots as pets, but those who are carnivorous don’t think twice about eating a chicken or a turkey. What makes one bird a pet, and another one lunch?
People even keep chickens, pigs, goats and sheep as pets, but still eat meat from those species.
I don't understand the distinction between dogs breed as pets and dogs breed as food
If you look at it from the point of view of someone who eats dog meat, they would say exactly the same thing: it’s just that you see it as reason not to eat any dogs, and they might see it as a reason to eat all dogs…
I mean a dog is a dog no matter the breed or even a stray dog, there all man's best friend
As has been mentioned in this thread before, the idea of a dog as a “friend” is a cultural notion, not held around the world. I mean a wolf or a coyote or a fox is a type of dog, but they are characterized in many cultures as pests, who would eat live-stock or attack humans, regardless of whether or not it is fact. They then get killed, or at least marginalized and shunned.
Other cultures see them as wise and brave or cunning and deceitful, but all in all, they are just animals going about their business of survival.