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The Indian Pariah Dog is the aboriginal landrace, or naturally selected dog, of the Indian sub-continent. With a heritage going back 15,000 years, the breed is thought to be one of the oldest in the world and the progenitor of the Australian. Scientific name: Canis lupus familiaris Origin: India
Doot, Sheel litter. is an adoptable Hound Dog in South Toms River, NJ. Indian Native Pups Male Medium Baby Please note that this is a courtesy posting; for any inquires please email Rescuewithoutborde...

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Doot, Sheel litter. is an adoptable Hound Dog in South Toms River, NJ. Indian Native Pups Male Medium Baby Please note that this is a courtesy posting; for any inquires please email Rescuewithoutborde...

Sahana, the Indian Pariah Dog or a Desi Dog. These dogs are hardy, friendly, healthy, smart, alert and one of the most ancient breeds in the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pariah_dog. Photo by Saarus Nirhali

Sahana, the Indian Pariah Dog or a Desi Dog. These dogs are hardy, friendly, healthy, smart, alert and one of the most ancient breeds in the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pariah_dog. Photo by Saarus Nirhali

LAZY, UP FOR ADOPTION: An the Indian Pariah Dog or a Desi Dog. These dogs are hardy, friendly, healthy, smart, alert and one of the most ancient breeds in the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pariah_dog.

LAZY, UP FOR ADOPTION: An the Indian Pariah Dog or a Desi Dog. These dogs are hardy, friendly, healthy, smart, alert and one of the most ancient breeds in the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pariah_dog.

Tigger my gorgeous INDog or Indian Pie Dog or Indian Pariah dog. She has been rescued from an animal shelter that kept her in inhumane conditions for 7 months, in a filthy cage with barely any food or water. She is now 9 months old and terrified. But a gentle, loving, curious girl, willing to let all of that past pain go and be happy again

Tigger my gorgeous INDog or Indian Pie Dog or Indian Pariah dog. She has been rescued from an animal shelter that kept her in inhumane conditions for 7 months, in a filthy cage with barely any food or water. She is now 9 months old and terrified. But a gentle, loving, curious girl, willing to let all of that past pain go and be happy again

The Great Indian Dog. Chintu - 4 month old Indian puppy

The Great Indian Dog. Chintu - 4 month old Indian puppy

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