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A bunch of Indian dog lovers recently held what was called The Great Indian Dog show, a result of their desire to show off the charms of dogs adopted off the street and hosted by Blue Cross of India, the non-
As owners brought their pets one-
Not all the dogs sadly had homes, but the show was a great place to show of those looking for a family to join, like Govind. He is loved and looked after by the staff at offices where he lives, but unfortunately the company bosses feel Govind needs to go, so he was brought to the dog show in the hope he could find a home. His companion, Vikram said, "He has been part of our office for a very long time now and due to social reasons we have been forced to bring him out for adoption -
Several puppies did find homes and as one of the main aims of the Great Indian Dog Show was to get people to understand and appreciate just how lovable Indian dogs are, this was a great start, even though much more needs to be done.
One dog after the next seemed to demonstrate a need to show of their affections. one dog, Mocha, was found outside a students house when he was at his ninth standard exams. It was love at first site, said the student, Venkatesh, although his parents weren't as enthusiastic, but Mocha stayed and now the parents are as crazy for Mocha as their son.
Dog lovers can be found worldwide. We are looking for dog lovers from around the world, and will upload details as and when we can. But how warming it is to see a group of Indian dog lovers want to share their joy by organising a dog show.