Note: If you have this breed, or know
anyone who does, please send a good profile photograph of the Dog (without humans in the
background). We shall publish it on this page with credits. You can send it either by
e-mail or post.
|The Chippiparai is a hound native to Southern India
particularly the district of Thanjavur. It has a compact streamlined body built for
chasing game. This is a one man dog which does not like to be petted fed or handled
by anyone other than its master or handler. It has an independent mind
The dog is about 50 cms tall and weigh 15-20 kgs. The head is domed, fine and long.
The ears are small and maybe semi-erect or rose shaped. The eyes are dark, the tail
is bony The legs are long and straight. The chest is deep with a slightly roached
back and a tucked-up belly. The lenght from the brisket to the rump is slightly shorter
than the height at the shoulder It maybe white and fawn though all colours are accepted.
It needs very little grooming and enjoys the outdoors. Its food requirements are very
minimal. It is very hardy and resistant to climatic changes.
Offers Chippiparai puppies
from native lines. Puppies are available at
Kolapakkam, Chennai. Vaccination: Puppy DP done.
Homebred puppies. KCI Registration NOT
available. Positives about the breed: They are
almost Zero maintenance, child friendly, negligible hair shedding and very
obedient. The Chippiparai is India's native dog breed found mostly in
the regions of Virudhunagar, Tirunelveli, Thenkasi,
Thoothukudi, and Madurai.
Click here to see Litter Box,
Photographs and more details. Please Contact:
first posted on 10th June 2021 - Renewable on 10th June 2022)
Kennels Proudly Offers Show Prospect
KCI Registered Chippiparai Puppies Out Of The Following Combination:
Sire: Hundland's Rocky; Dam:
Hundland's Secret Smile; Both Fawn And Black & Tan Puppies Are Available.
Click here to view litter box.
For Details Contact: S.Venkatesh & T.J.Arun Thangasamy. Ph: 099940-99885,
08508494949, Rajapalayam-626117, Tamilnadu. Email:
(Listing Renewable on 8th March 2013)