Be Indian. Adopt an Indian Dog

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Below are photos of the female street dog named LEAH adopted by Indian Cricket Team’s Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and shared on his and his wife’s social media accounts last year sometime.

Hope Dhoni’s act of giving home to a street dog inspires a few more Indians to follow suit and shed this apparent craze to adopt only Pedigree dogs and foriegn breeds; which only promotes an unregulated and cruel dog breeding market in India.
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21 Comments on “Be Indian. Adopt an Indian Dog

  1. Adopting a stray dog by each of us who love animals will save the fatal death of so many innocent dogs each day on the street carelessly without shame & pity of humanity…….

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  2. A truly inspirational story from Ranchi. Kudos to Mr. Dhoni for setting such a fine example.

    The unconditional affection shown by dogs to their “caretakers” makes the “adoption” all the more worthwhile.

    The streets of Mumbai are filled with several such stories where one can see many young and destitute children looking after stray dogs …. sharing their meagre possessions be it a piece of bread or a torn sheet to sleep on. These children not only show other more fortunate brethren, what compassionate means but learn from their bonding with their dogs on team building and upliftment.

    With more people adopting dogs, the world would get to be a more “humane” place.

    Srini Kadaba

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  3. I want to adopt Indian Male Dog complete Black. Can anyone help me and call me on 9228861277

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  4. I already have an Indian dog named “KoKo”. my whole family loves him so much. But the society never changes. Whenever i go out to walk him everyone calls him a “gali ka kutta” and “ugly”. People look at me like i am some illiterate person, like i don’t know anything. They would rather buy a white “cute” puppy than adopt one from street.

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    • People will say what they have to…IGNORE. These people ‘value’ superficial beauty…and can’t understand its a dog’s unconditional love and heart that is endearing to you not how he looks…next time they tell you any rubbish…just say “aunty/uncle, Koko is an Indian like you and me”

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      • Good News ! I adopted a Black Dog Indian with 20 nails and I am proud to be the owner of it. My Children have supported me in this mission and they too love him. We have name him “K2.”

        Wish to receive blessing from yo all for his well being.

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      • I have 2 and they love me like anything
        I m so happy that I adopted them

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  5. Ajay Khandeira , why only male dogs? A female dog after being spayed is just like a male dog. I have two Indian female dogs – mother ( 3 years, ivory coloured and spayed) and daughter ( 9 months, white with black patches). Would you, or anyone else you know, like to adopt them?

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    • I wanted Black Dog and not Male Dog. But I got Male so I adopted, if it was female , I was suppose to adopt. There is is no sex in discrimination.

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  6. its not only about a dog…one should adopt any animals whether it is dog ,cat or pig…its called a real humanity…

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    • Its like gaining publicity on the name of humanity. When you and me adopt n one takes the heed of the same.

      E.g. : Recently Hema Mailini BMW hit and a Child Girl died, all TV channels were showing Hema Malini and not the family of the victim.

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      • We disagree with you. Adopting a homeless animal was M.S Dhoni’s act, the news story trigerred a trend of many other Ranchi people adopting Indian dogs…its good this news got some press because we Indians blindly follow celebrity actions. If we come to know other celebrities who do good acts for animals welfare we will post those things too as they set a good example to follow. Hema Malini’s story was of an accident whereas this is about adoption!

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  7. I have recently adopted a 1 year indie who was stray and slept outside the transformer building of our office building. She is bachoo, my bachoo. My dad has Daboo and we got Max and Ripper adopted. My friend adopted Trippy who was in a cage in Mumbai ( to be sold of we suppose for illegal dog meat ). And now here I am looking for a lovely home for Babu who is looked after by office security guards and is approx 4 years old. I want him to stay in Hyderabad so I can visit him sometimes. Is there any family looking for a sweet child?

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  8. I have got an Indian dog named Gotlu …He is with us since he was a month old.. He relocated to uk with us at the age of 3 and he is now 11. .

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  9. Hi , I hadn’t ever adopted any animal at my home. But 2 months before in my colony I saw 5 pups just born that time are roaming, however i used to feed them and brought them near to my home .. Unfortunately i noticed with time 3 were not able to survive, so after that i kept the remaining two with me at my home. JUST yesterday only at eve they were playing n i was busy with my work dunno when 1 of my pup got missing frm infront of my house, i enquired so got to knw 1 electric rickshaw wala had dropped some1 in my colony n had picked up that pup n taken with him. Since them the other pup in my home in very upset, last night i heard aloud cry so i went to make it feel well , today i went nearby neighbour colony , the place were rickshaw was hired but culdnt find the related clue.. M literally very disheartened please help me how to deal this now..

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