Pakistani Boarhound (shikari kutta, pakistani boar dogge, shikari hound)
Molosserdog's breed profile:
"Even though there have been many local strains of hunting dogs in Pakistan for centuries, the breed presently known as the Pakistani Boarhound is a relatively new creation. Developed by crossing the legendary Tazi hounds with the Gull Terr"
But in the "Asiatick researches, or, Transactions of the society instituted in Bengal, for inquiring into the history and antiquities, the arts, sciences, and literature of Asia", t. 17, Asiatick Society (Calcutta, India), 1832 we can read:
"Dogs are two species... the Hill Shikari, or hunting dog... To improve the breed, they sometimes cross the Shikari dog with the "Bownsa or Koya" (wild dog)...".
1832 year, shikari dog - old breed?
Where is truth?