Kombai dog attacking

Kombai dog attacking

Kombai dog attacking

The Kombai is named for the town in which it was developed: Kombai in Tamil Nadu, India. Also known as the Indian Bore Hound, Indian Bore Dog, or Combai.

The Combai is a breed of Indian hounds that developed around 500 years ago. Known for their immense strength and guarding skills, these large dogs are still used in some parts of the country as a defender of property. Combais have an elongated face with strong jaws, almond-shaped eyes, a long muzzle with the tip having a dark mask. They have a broad chest with a sleek waistline, straight, sturdy legs, and an upward curly tail.

The Kombai dogs are increasingly rare mainly because they’re no longer used for their hunting roles. And with the need for guard dogs disappearing due to modern technology, few people can afford or want to keep this breed in India. Like many of the sighthounds of India, they are in real danger of going extinct.

This ancient breed developed in the 15th century India in and around the Dravidian region now known as Tamil Nadu and some parts of Kerala and was once spread throughout the region. Till date, many locals and breed experts presume that the breed existed as early as the 9th century. This ancient breed developed in the 15th century India in and around the Dravidian region now known as Tamil Nadu and some parts of Kerala and was once spread throughout the region. Till date, many locals and breed experts presume that the breed existed as early as the 9th century.

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