Getting a dog is an exciting process, but it can also be daunting if you’re a new dog owner. If you’re struggling to decide which breed you’re interested in, consider Indian dog breeds.
Indian Pariahs (sometimes called Pye-dogs) are descendants of some of the earliest domesticated breeds in South Asia. Other names for this breed include the Indian Street Dog, Native Indian Dog, and Pie Dog.
These dogs have been known to be friendly and affectionate creatures, but most of them aren’t domesticated. Instead, they live outside of family homes to guard their ‘owners’ and their territories.
Primarily found in the Urkhul District of India, Tangkhul Hui dogs are an ancient breed of hunting dogs that date back hundreds of years.
Gaddi Kuttas are part of the Mastiff family of dogs and are sometimes referred to as Himalayan Sheepdogs.
The Sinhala Hound is a medium-sized dog breed that originated in parts of India and Sri Lanka.