Indian Indigenous Dog

Indian Indigenous Dogs, also known as Indian Pariah Dogs or Desi Dogs, are landrace dogs native to the Indian subcontinent. These dogs are typically street dogs or village dogs that have evolved over centuries through natural selection. They are highly adaptable to various environments and living conditions. They have thrived in diverse climates across the Indian subcontinent, from hot and humid regions to cooler mountainous areas. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and coat colors. They range from small to medium-sized dogs with erect ears, curled tails, and short coats.