Rajashree Khalap

Rajashree Khalap

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Mumbai, India  ·  'Village dog' fancier - I love aboriginal, indigenous dogs, village/pariah type, specially INDogs
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How would you recognize an INDog? Type + Location. Because every village dog is not an INDog. http://indianpariahdog.blogspot.in/2015/06/indogs-and-not-indogs-village-dogs-of.html

A pet INDog in a village in the Sundarbans area of Eastern India

Adopt a village pup or highway pup. There are thousands right now and most will not live to grow up!

Adopt a village pup or highway pup. There are thousands right now and most will not live to grow up!

Adopt a village pup or highway pup. There are thousands right now and most will not live to grow up!

Adopt a village pup or highway pup. There are thousands right now and most will not live to grow up!

Village dog in Ajmer district. This is a rather dry agricultural and grassland area and there were few INDog-type dogs; most were the lean drop-eared sighthound type which apparently are used to poach hare. Most of the village dogs were ownerless, but a number of livestock-owners had pet dogs like this one, to accompany their flocks and herds.

Village dog in Ajmer district. This is a rather dry agricultural and grassland area and there were few INDog-type dogs; most were the lean drop-eared sighthound type which apparently are used to poach hare. Most of the village dogs were ownerless, but a number of livestock-owners had pet dogs like this one, to accompany their flocks and herds.

Indian pariah dog - a farm dog clicked by me in Madhya Pradesh, Central India. The photo was contributed to Wikipedia Commons and has been used in this photo-feature in Mother Nature Network http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/photos/pariah-dogs-9-ancient-and-wild-dog-breeds/indian-pariah-dog

Indian pariah dog or the Pye Dog is a breed of wild dog that has existed for thousands of years. It's characteristics are naturally selected and, of course, are similar to those of the Dingo.

pariah dog dingo on rock

Pariah Dog, dingo on rock, when dogs diverged from wolves to companion humans in the evolutionary timeframe? from years ago to years ago depending on studies you read It is certain: they have been an integral part of human existence for age

Livestock-guarding dog, in a suburb of Mumbai

Livestock-guarding dog, in a suburb of Mumbai

INDog chased away from a goat it was trying to kill. Near Pobitora, Assam, clicked by Kiran Khalap. INDogs have high prey drive and when not socialized to livestock they will try to kill goats, sheep and poultry.

INDog chased away from a goat it was trying to kill. Near Pobitora, Assam, clicked by Kiran Khalap. INDogs have high prey drive and when not socialized to livestock they will try to kill goats, sheep and poultry.

Village dog near Pobitora, Assam. Clicked by Kiran Khalap. This dog is quite short, a feature apparently seen more often in dogs of the North-Eastern states than in the peninsula, though dwarfism is seen occasionally in all INDogs.

Village dog near Pobitora, Assam. Clicked by Kiran Khalap. This dog is quite short, a feature apparently seen more often in dogs of the North-Eastern states than in the peninsula, though dwarfism is seen occasionally in all INDogs.

Child trying to make his INDog pose for a photo. Outside Guwahati, Assam. Clicked by Kiran Khalap.

Child trying to make his INDog pose for a photo. Outside Guwahati, Assam. Clicked by Kiran Khalap.

INDogs in the North-eastern states are sometimes shorter and stockier than those of the peninsula. Village dog clicked in Assam by Kiran Khalap.

INDogs in the North-eastern states are sometimes shorter and stockier than those of the peninsula. Village dog clicked in Assam by Kiran Khalap.

Handsome black and white INDog outside Guwahati, Assam. Clicked by Kiran Khalap.

Handsome black and white INDog outside Guwahati, Assam. Clicked by Kiran Khalap.

Male INDog near Karnala, Raigad District, western Maharashtra

Male INDog near Karnala, Raigad District, western Maharashtra

Young female at Karnala, Raigad district. She is owned by a highway tea-shop.

Young female at Karnala, Raigad district. She is owned by a highway tea-shop.

A village dog probably related to my INDog Kiba, as she and a pack of similar looking dogs live near his birthplace (near Kurul, Raigad district, Konkan Coast). The dogs of this area are rather deep-chested.

A village dog probably related to my INDog Kiba, as she and a pack of similar looking dogs live near his birthplace (near Kurul, Raigad district, Konkan Coast). The dogs of this area are rather deep-chested.