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Extremely rare even in India, the ancient Sindh Mastiff is more commonly found in Pakistan, where it is used as a fighting dog
23.02.2003 · From admin
The Indian Pandikona is one of the forgotten breeds from Andra Pradesh
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American Indian Dog was developed by Russel LaFlamme as an attempt to reproduce the dogs of native amarican plains indian tribes.
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This Indian gladiator is directly descended from English and Irish bull-n-terriers introduced to India by the British Colonial Forces. The "sport" of dog-fighting was and still is quite popular in certain parts of India and Pakistan, where a number o…
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This is a very rare livestock guardian of the Korku tribes of Western India
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The Rajapalayam is an ancient Indian Molosser, believed by some to be one of the progenitors of the legendary Alaunt and a remote ancestor of a variety of breeds, such as the Dalmatian, the Great Dane and the Alano, among others. Traditionally employ…
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This rare Indian breed was created for fighting and hunting duties by crossing the Bangara Mastiff with the Banjara Hound
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Developed in the Thanjavur area of Southern India by crossing the Sindh Mastiff with the Alangu Hound, this rare breed is primarily a property guardian and large game hunter, although it is occasionally used as a fighting dog. Believed to had existed…
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A hare-coursing Indian sighthound
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