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Bakharwal dog. It is an ancient working dogs are used to protect livestock, mainly sheep. It is because of these dogs were fasted for meat that later attacked the sheep and lose one. There are not so many dogs in the world of this breed. They are strong, muscular, has a very thick coat. The most common color is black and tan, and they may also be mottled. This breed is very agile and fast.

Indian Spitz. These dogs are also called pomeranian. They are very small and remain so throughout their lives. These dogs are very friendly and playful, but likes to be the center of attention, and his constant demands. This is a smart dog, defending their territory, and a host of signaling their barking.

Indian pariah dog. These dogs have lived with aboriginal people, and helped them to the family hunting dogs. It is a very social and friendly dogs. They are very careful, but it's nothing to do with their cowardice. They are great with children, is energetic and agile. They need a big exercise and daily walks.

Kanni. This is a rare breed in southern India. These dogs are most commonly used for hunting. These dogs are black or brown, may be white. These dogs are medium-sized, slender and agile dogs. These dogs are always ready to defend their home and family, but there is usually a little shy. This variety is not hard to train, but it is independent.

Rajapalayam dog. It is a large dog that requires a great exercise. These dogs are white in color and has a pink nose. Their coat is very short. Unfortunately, these dogs a common disease - deafness. This is one of the host's dog. They do not really agree with strangers and can be aggressive, so they need socialization. Because of their strong hunting instincts, they can not live with cats and do not really agree with the other animals.

Also from India come to this breed: Chippiparai, Combai, Gaddi Kutta, Kaikadi dog, Kumaon Mastiff, Mahratta Greyhound, Mudhol Hound, Rampur Greyhound, Sinhala Hound, Vanjari Hound.

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