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The Kanni, which means maiden, is a rare indigenous South Indian dog breed found in the state of Tamil Nadu. The breed is a further extension of the Caravan or Mudhol Hound, and is also a descendant of the Saluki. It is used mainly for hunting. In general appearance, the Kanni is similar to a smooth-coated Saluki or a Doberman Pinscher with natural ears and tail.

The Kanni, which means maiden, is a rare indigenous South Indian dog breed found in the state of Tamil Nadu. The breed is a further extension of the Caravan or Mudhol Hound, and is also a descendant of the Saluki. It is used mainly for hunting. In general appearance, the Kanni is similar to a smooth-coated Saluki or a Doberman Pinscher with natural ears and tail.

hortaya borzaya hound photo | Re: "Rare" dog breeds

hortaya borzaya hound photo | Re: "Rare" dog breeds

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#Doberman

Chippiparai Dog Breed Information #Chippiparaidog #dogbreed #Indiandogbreed

Chippiparai Dog Breed Information #Chippiparaidog #dogbreed #Indiandogbreed

Magyar Agar

Magyar Agar

Azawakhs - one of the many breeds of Sight Hounds

Azawakhs - one of the many breeds of Sight Hounds

Chippiparai hound photo | Chippiparai Dog-A Watchful protector

Chippiparai hound photo | Chippiparai Dog-A Watchful protector

• Scottish Deerhounds - Site de manializa !

• Scottish Deerhounds - Site de manializa !

Banjara

Banjara

The Basset Artésien Normand is a short legged hound type dog developed in France. The word Basset refers to short legged hounds. Documenting of the French Basset as a purebred breed began in 1870, and from a common ancestral type, two strains were developed. One had straight front legs (Chien d'Artois) and the other had crooked front legs (Normand). The breed club was formed in 1910 and the breed was given its present name in 1924.

The Basset Artésien Normand is a short legged hound type dog developed in France. The word Basset refers to short legged hounds. Documenting of the French Basset as a purebred breed began in 1870, and from a common ancestral type, two strains were developed. One had straight front legs (Chien d'Artois) and the other had crooked front legs (Normand). The breed club was formed in 1910 and the breed was given its present name in 1924.

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