Indian pariah dog

Snoopy (snop)

Type: Indian pariah dog

Age: Baby

Sex: Male

Size: Small

Color: Dark Brown

House Trained: Yes

Health: Recently Vaccinated

The Indian dog or the Indian Pariah dog is called by different names; they are called the pye dog, pie dog or the pi dog. These are naturally selected breed in the Indian sub-continent. They are also referred to as INDog by many dog experts and enthusiasts alike. Whatever name they are called, they are one of the oldest and the smartest breed to belong to the Indian soil.

 These dogs have a cautious temperament. These pure breds can adapt to any Indian weather, so you would not need to think much to bring them home. They are docile with the whole family and friendly with the kids though early socialization is the way to go with these naturally purebreds. One of the biggest advantages of this dog is that they are healthy and hardy breed.

 

The origin of this breed is shrouded in history; no one knows as to when this breed came into existence, they have been always present in Indian villages and cities since time immemorial. In fact, historical references show that the Indian Pariah dog has been present in the country since the Neolithic times. No one knows for certain as to when did the domestication of dogs started there has been a growing debate between Asia and China.

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Short Hair Domestic

Casper (cas)

Type: Short Hair Domestic

Age: Baby

Sex: Male

Size: Small

Color: Tortoiseshell

House Trained: Yes

Health: Recently Vaccinated

The Domestic shorthair comes in a wide array of colors, sizes, and statures, though they tend to be medium-sized and muscular. They have short, sleek coats and round heads and paws. Because of their mixed parentage, Domestic Shorthairs don’t tend to be at-risk for any unusual health complications.

The Domestic Shorthair is considered a working cat because of her endurance skills, such as balancing and leaping, as well as her superb hunting instinct. These characteristics are often reflected in her playful personality.She’ll need an outlet for all this energy, so provide her with a safe perch from which she can observe the great outdoors and practice her balance and agility skills. She’ll want to keep an eye on the birds in the garden and on her pet parents in the living room at the same time. With her keen sense of surroundings, the Domestic also knows when it’s a good time to curl up in the nearest available lap for an afternoon snooze.

 

 The Domestic Shorthair cat can trace its roots back to the early days of pioneer settlement in North America and were considered working cats because of their dedicated rat-catching. Healthy and rugged, it’s easy to see why the Domestic became a favorite of early settlers. In exchange for room and board, the cats worked hard to keep barns and food storage facilities free from rats and other pests (and, thereby, keeping their human families free from disease). That’s how the Domestic ended up on the voyage ships to North America. These kitties were amiable and inexpensive labor. All they ask for in return is a good meal, a warm bed, and some love from their humans.

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Hi Future Owner!

 

“I’m thankful that you’re here, and happy to just be in this moment with you.’ And if you ever want to see true gratitude from a dog, rescue one from a shelter.”

 

Love, Casper and Snoopy

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