Dog Breeds in India | Indian Dog Breeds

Indian Pariah dog

The Indian Pariah dog, also known as the Desi Dog or INDog, is a sociable and well-behaved breed that easily adapts to its surroundings.


Combai, Indian breed from Western Ghats. Also Indian Terrier, revived by Tamil Nadu dog lovers. Aggressive, loyal, and used in hunting. Tolerant with kids.


Kanni, rare South Indian breed, resembles Greyhound. Also called Maiden's Beastmaster, used for game coursing. Pure and loyal, named 'Kanni' in Tamil.


Jonangi, or Jonangi Jagilam, is an Indian dog breed found in Andhra Pradesh and other regions. Known for hunting and herding, it co-exists with farm animals.


Pandikona, a primitive hunting dog breed, found in Kurnool district (Andhra Pradesh) and Madhya Pradesh. Well-adapted to harsh climates, it's on the verge of extinction.

Rajapalayam Dog

Rajapalayam Dog, also known as Poligar hound, is an old and rare Indian breed from Tamil Nadu. Associated with royalty, it was developed for boar hunting and guarding

Rampur Greyhound

Rampur Greyhound, native to the Rampur region in northern India, is a breed developed by the kings of Rampur for hunting. Resembling a Greyhound, it was prized for its speed and strength,

Bakharwal Dog

Bakharwal Dog, also known as Kashmir Mastiff, is an ancient Himalayan breed found in the Pir Panjal Range. As a livestock guardian dog, it protects herds from predators.

Gaddi Kutta (Dog)

Gaddi Kutta, also known as Indian Panther Hound, is an Indian dog breed with origins in northern India. It is renowned for its ability to combat leopards or panthers while safeguarding herds.

Bully Kutta (dog)

Bully Kutta, also known as Indian Mastiff or Alangu Mastiff, is a powerful and loyal dog breed originating from the Indian subcontinent.

Gull Terrier

The Gull Terrier, a rare breed originating from the Punjab region of India and Pakistan, is renowned for its hunting, guarding, and fighting abilities.