Pariah INDog Rescue PIR is a self-funded non-profit rescue founded in 2011 on the basis of love and compassion for the indigenous puppies and dogs found on the streets of India. Facing abuse, hunger, illness, malnutrition, danger from vehicles and rickshaws, these pups and dogs face a limited chance of survival. . The rescues are fully vet checked and have their vaccinations, deworming, flea/tic control, microchip, and health certificates as well as an international passport. Naz was in Surat, India for almost 6 months, as her daughter underwent treatment. Her heart broke over the plight of the street dogs and pu
The Pariah INDog, also known as the Desi dog locally, has evolved through natural selection over centuries. This breed is very alert, intelligent, agile, and social. Highly active outdoors, it is very calm indoors.
Much more information on this breed is available at:
Drs Choudhary in India are working hard to find forever homes for many of these Paiah INDogs or Desi Dogs.
If you can’t adopt one of the INDogs, you may consider volunteering, fostering, or making a donation.
Please contact PIR for an application and/or further information at: