The Chippiparai dog is a sighthound breed of dog. It is a single-colored breed from Tamil Nadu, India. It is mainly found in the areas of Tirunelveli, Thenkasi, Thoothukudi, and Madurai. The black, tan and sable colored versions are called Kanni. The breed was used to hunt small rabbits, forest pigs and deer before the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972 was passed by the Indian government. Now the breed is primarily used as a guard dog or for dog racing or shows. And these dogs are still used for catching rabbits in small villages near forest and mountain in south
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