Pig dogs of pakistan - what are they?

Pig dogs of pakistan - what are they?

Postby Gun on 6. December 2014, 11:59

They look pretty cool to me, but what are their origins?
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Also I'm guessing the pig doggers here aren't muslims?
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Re: Pig dogs of pakistan - what are they?

Postby sunnyAK on 7. December 2014, 00:08

Gun wrote:They look pretty cool to me, but what are their origins?
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I guess it is a Mudhol hound or a Mudhol hound cross. Very nice Sighthounds. 8-)
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Re: Pig dogs of pakistan - what are they?

Postby da pink on 8. December 2014, 15:28

Gun wrote:Also I'm guessing the pig doggers here aren't muslims?



:D :D :D
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Re: Pig dogs of pakistan - what are they?

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Re: Pig dogs of pakistan - what are they?

Postby Khan on 11. June 2018, 14:59

Tazis crossed with Gull Terrs will do the job fine.
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Re: Pig dogs of pakistan - what are they?

Postby Khan on 11. June 2018, 15:04

sunnyAK wrote:
Gun wrote:They look pretty cool to me, but what are their origins?
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I guess it is a Mudhol hound or a Mudhol hound cross. Very nice Sighthounds. 8-)


Also pure Tazis look very similar.
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By the way I am pretty sure that the BK was created by crossing Tazis and Mudhol hounds to bigger eastern dogs. Sage Koochees also could be found in Pakistan, just like Khorasanis. They all went into our fighting dogs.
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