The Indian Pariah dog is not a common breed of dog and this dog is not available in every country except in India. There is no country where it is exported or any county will import this breed of dog. This breed of dog is called Pye-dog and origination of this dog is in India and it is found in Asia subcontinents like Bangladesh, Nepal, India and related other countries. This dog is 1500 years old. The progenitor of this dog is Australian dingo. This is not a standard breed of dog and there is no kennel club which recognized this breed of dog. This is found in the domestic category of the dog.
The dog Indian pariah is a common breed of dog and it is a street dog. This dog is not attractive and it looks like any other breed of dog of India. It is a medium sized breed of dog and it is a little rectangular breed of dog. The dog is covered by the short coat. The coat of the Indian Pariah dog is a double coat. The upper coat is coarse and under coat is soft. This dog is available for some common colors like brown or dark to reddish-brown. Sometimes white color marks found on the dog’s coat. In this breed of dog, solid black color is rare.
The head of the Indian Pariah dog is medium sized and it is wedge shaped. The eyes of this dog are almond. The height and weight of the Indian Pariah dog are related to the appearance. The height and weight of male and female Indian pariah dog are different. The weight of the male Indian pariah dog is from 20 to 30 kg and female Indian pariah dog’s weight is 15 to 25 kg. The height of the male Indian pariah dog is from 20 to 25 inches and female Indian pariah dog’s height is 18 to 23 inches.
This dog is strong and healthy as well. No serious health problem found in this breed of dog. This dog lives for 12 to 15 years long. If this dog gets minimum maintenance, then it may live heathier life. The coat of the dog needs little grooming which is the way of making the dog more attractive and healthier as well. Even common disease hip dysplasia is uncommon this breed of dog. This is a very fittest breed of dog.
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