Dogs are the most amazing thing that could happen to the mankind as they are our best friend. Almost every household today has dog as a pet, according to the stats the population of pet dogs in India amounts for around 19.5 million in the year 2018. The population is forecast to reach over 31 million by the end of year 2023.
Now here’s the catch most of the people who own a dog have breeds like Spitz, Pomeranian ,Beagle ,Chow Chow, Golden Retriever and many other foreign breeds . There are only few people who buy Indian breed dogs even though there are 25 indigenous Indian breeds.
Below are the 10 reasons why people should go for an Indian breed dog
Dogs like Himalayan mastiff and labara don’t adapt well to the climatic condition of every region and hence are inactive or even sometimes suffer from bad health due to the climatic change, but if we talk about Indian breed dogs they are well suited for Indian climate; also well-built as they rarely fall sick.
ADOPTING INDIAN BREED MORE
The population of stray dogs in India is just about 35-40 million. People usually go for exotic breed dogs but what they don’t understand is that Indian breed dog are no different in fact they are more suitable and fun loving. Give a chance to them, they are lovable too.
Indian breed dogs are less expensive, thus low maintenance. Their grooming sessions are cheap and save you a lot of time. They are easy to take care of and are adaptable to almost all situations which makes them much more feasible for domestication.
Indian breed dogs can also be easily trained like the exotic breeds; it’s a myth to believe otherwise.
PARTNER FOR A LONGER TIME
All the exotic breed likes beagle, labrador Chow Chow have a life expectancy of 5-10 years whereas the Indian breed are expected to live up to more than 15 years. So, our desi dogs stay with you for longer time.
SHARP AND STURDY
Being an Indian breed, these dogs naturally cope better with changing seasons. Armed with stronger immune system than those exotic dogs they are less prone to diseases and don’t fall sick easily.
THEY ARE ACCEPTED BY OTHER STRAYSTHEY ARE ACCEPTED BY OTHER STRAYS
Have you ever noticed how other stray dogs start barking when they see any pit bull or German shepherd? It is because they see these dogs as a threat but it’s not same with the Indian breed, as strays are more friendly with.
THEY ARE IN DANGER!!!!
Native Indian breeds are facing the threat of extinction which makes it really important for us to adopt them more and save them from getting extinct.