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I wish to adopt a Indian pariah pup, please help?

Dear Friends I wish to adopt a Indian pariah pup. I have some doubts, I am sure there may be some experts who have reared Indian Pariah dogs. All the information I collected from internet make it clear that they have innate guarding instinct/highly protective of their owner and they may bite/attack strangers if they cross the dogs territory. In short they are more territorial. I am expecting a dog which is an alarm barker, not a guard. Can I raise an Indian Pariah dog like that. Friends please open up.
By Nikhil Eyeroor · 10 Mar 2011 6:03 pm

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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 11 Mar 2011 9:02 am
Pariah are the best and easy to maintain canines for this purpose. they are smart enough to detect threats easily. You can SURELY raise a Pariah as a family member. Cheers!!!
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By Swaminathan Ravi · 11 Mar 2011 7:23 pm
Pariahs are excellent guard dogs as well as watch dogs. Yes they are generally territorial but since there isn't much of a standard for them not all of them are the same. I've seen Pariahs so fierce that they will take on rotties and also some pariahs who well, just don't care :)
If you want an alarm barker get a hound as they are smart enough to get along with people and other dogs but they become alert and vigilant at night. This behaviour is because they were bred to hunt and hunt in packs with other dogs and handlers and also have a great sense of smell, hearing and the most amazing sight.
Im talking from experience as my bitch Xena is a Chippiparai and she is almost a year old and is a great watchdog (barks and becomes alert at any sound or movement) but at the same time is friendl enough with family and friends.
Overall it depends on how you socialise the pup. More socialising = more friendly.
Hope I helped. Regards, Swaminathan
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By shaily · 11 Mar 2011 9:17 pm
Definately u can go with "Indian Dog" .. They are really the smartest . I hav reared 5 of them ... and have adopted 2 more 4 months back . They are territorial bt are also a good alarm dog . We need ppl to broaden their horizon n adopt Indian dogs to give them a better and well deserved life ...
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By Melissa · 13 May 2011 6:48 pm
Well said Shaily... I got two of my own 'Indian dogs', though i think they prefer a 'Princess' title to their names :)
Nikhil I would give a thumbs up to that! Anyone comes near or lingers atleast 10ft from the front door of my flat, my two alarms would bark :) works well for me as most of the times i am alone at home.
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