||The Caravan Hound (aka Mudhol Hound, Maratha Hound, Pashmi Hound) was used by people traveling in caravans throughout India and Asia. This is how the breed got its name. This breed is devoted to its owner and is shy with other people.
||All colors and combinations are acceptable, most common are: fawn, fallow, red cream, or any of these, broken with white.
||There are 2 varieties of the breed: (1) One with a coat of silky texture featuring feathering on the ears, legs, backs of thighs, between hock and heel and on the underside of the tail; (2) Smooth variety is identically the same, except that it ha
||The Caravan Hound is intelligent, intuitive and protective.
||The Caravan Hound needs a lot of socialization as a puppy to get along with people other than the family.
||The coat needs very little grooming, other than the occasional bath and brushing. For the feathered-weekly brushing is all that is needed.
||Caravan Hounds respond best to consistent training with its owner.
||This breed needs frequent exercise and daily walks.
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