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Yes, you can feed Indie dogs, but make sure you are consistent in doing so. When you quit feeding them all of a sudden, Indie dogs, especially younger puppies, become clueless about how to get food as they grow dependent on you.

If a dog is vaccinated, it is unlikely to carry diseases. Before adopting, visit the vet for a complete medical examination.

An Indie dog is usually vaccinated. Apart from that, there is no surgery.

  • Vaccinations
  • Spaying/Neutering
  • Tick and flea control
  • Deworming
  • Also, if you’re adopting an older dog, make sure you check its medical history.

There are millions of homeless Indie dogs, and when new pups are born, most of them are abandoned on the streets. To control the population, it is recommended to get them neutered.

You can take Indie dogs to any certified vet.


Yes, they can be crate trained. It might take time but, with patience, love and care. It is possible.

Yes, they can be potty trained.


Yes, they can be trained with regular practice. You can even hire reputed dog trainers to train them.

Any dog behaves how you treat them. Treat them with love and respect, and they’ll be the most loving friend to you.

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Most Indie dogs have been living their lives on the street without much socialization. They haven’t seen much love or care throughout their lives, but with proper care and love, they won’t attack you unless you do.

Yes, Indie dogs and your kids best friend.

Yes, they make amazing pets. They are smart, affectionate and obedient.


Getting a dog is one of the best things you could do, but adopting a stray dog is the cherry on top of the cake; your dog will love you, and you will love yourself to add up your bit for humanity and to save a life.

  • Look for NGOs and shelter houses that facilitate stray dog adoptions. 
  • Take the dog for a medical checkup at the Vet. 
  • Pet-proof your home.
  • Give your dog time and space to adjust to its new family.
  • Strays are equally beautiful and smart.
  • They are tough and resilient.
  • They will love you like no one else.
  • They're very adaptive and easy to train.
  • They don't shed much.
  • Strays are strong and are adapted to the tropical weather.
  • You would be saving a life.

Every shelter has its own policies for approving adoptions. Adopting a dog from a shelter is much more rewarding since you are saving a life and also much less expensive. You can usually adopt a pet from your local shelter or rescue group for a modest adoption fee which will include vaccinations and spaying or neutering.

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