We also know Caravan hound dog as Mudhol Hound. This is an Indian breed of dog of the sighthound type. Commonly, this feathered dog is referred to as Pashmi, and also known as Karwani. Villagers in Karnataka commonly make him their pet as it is used for guarding and hunting.
This breed is recognized under different breed names by the Kennel Club of India (KCI) and Indian National Kennel Club (INKC). Kennel Club of India has registered it as Caravan Hound while Indian National Kennel Club by Mudhol Hound.
Caravan hound dog price in India
The average price of Caravan hound dog in India is around Rs.6000.
This breed: Caravan hound or Mudhol Hound has well-defined characteristics.
- His head is narrow and long, broad between the ears with a tapering muzzle.
- He has a scissor bit with long and powerful jaws.
- His nose is large and black.
- He has pendulous ears that hang close to the skull.
- Large-sized eyes with an oval shape.
- A Long, clean and muscular neck that fits well into the shoulder.
- Long and straight forelegs with long, broad and well-muscled back one.
- Found in two different kinds of coats. One is entirely smooth and the other has silky featherings on the ears, legs, and tail.
- This breed is found in Fawn, Fellow, Red, Cream, Black and mouse-grey color.
This breed is very impressive due to his capability of providing excellent performance in the field on a consistent basis. They are graceful, elegant and courageous. He can catch and kill different kinds of games, from hack to blackbuck, due to his physical strength, great speed and plenty of stamina. He cannot be ideal for apartment life, he needs a bigger and open space to perform different activities, exercise, and training, etc.
We can also make some perfect arrangements for their exercise purpose in a sufficient and appropriate manner, in a large fenced area, it may do well in a flat or any other dwelling.
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If we treat this breed with kindness and respect then we can expect unconditional loyalty from him. They don’t like to be touched by strangers, they are not very friendly. We should always treat this breed with respect and love otherwise they may develop a vicious feeling or nervousness, either of which makes it difficult for him to live.
About 750 families in and around Mudhol town of Karnataka are raising this breed for marketing the puppies.