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  Kashmiri Mastiff      (Bakharwal)

Meet the Himalayan beauty- The Kashmiri Mastiff! Its origin lies in northern India. specifically in the states of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh

Mudhol Hound

The Mudhol Hound is a perfect example of exotic Indian breeds of dogs and it is found in parts of Karnataka and Maharashtra, Sothern west states of India. 

Chippipari & Kanni

They are South Indian dog breeds. Both are almost similar in looks and are great for guarding. Additionally, they are often regarded as the most intelligent  Indian breeds of dogs

Combai Dog

Kombai is one of the oldest dog breeds in existence. In ancient times, Kombai was a war dog. The sculptures of war dogs are found in ancient Tamil temples

Indian Spitz

It is believed that the Indian Spitz have descended from the German Spitz. They were first introduced by the British during the 19th century.

Kumaon Mastif

It is a very ancient and rare livestock guardian breed. These dogs are indigenous to the Kumaon region of the Himalayan Mountains in the present-day state of Uttarakhand, India

Indian Pariah

The Indian Pariah dogs are also known as companion dogs. Additionally, they are pure breeds, well suited for extreme Indian climates, where temperatures can vary from -10℃ to 50℃

Indian Mastiff or Bully Dog

It is a working dog breed used for hunting and guarding.  This breed is popular in the Punjab region of India and Pakistan

Rampur Greyhound

Rampur Greyhound, is the fastest running dog in the country. The former king of Rampur (Uttar Pradesh) played a great role in evolving the Rampur Greyhound