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The Combai is a Native Indian Bred from South India.
The Combai is a pure bear hound, it is slightly shorter than the Rajapalayam, but appears heavier because of its built. The dog is usually red or brown with a black mask with a dark line along the back. They were used for hunting boar, bison and deer.
History has it that these dogs were used as early as 9th century BC. when the Marawa Kings ruled South India.
It is a fierce guard of Family and Property. It has to be socialised well to treat it as a pet.

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Breeders' List

Prasanna Offers, Rare Indian Breed Combai Puppies, from selective breeding of Native Stock. Male Puppies available for enthusiasts of the breed. Click Here to see Litter Box, Photographs of Puppies. Contact: Prasanna Manohar,
Mobile: +91 94430-37373 / 97901 63633
(Listing First Posted on 9th February 2019) - Kombai - Prasanna

Tazi Kennels presents it's High Quality Kombai (Combai) Puppies born to Indian Champion Parents. Native Indian Breed and Royal Breed of Tamilnadu, the alert and ever watchful Kombai. Sire: MBIS. SBIS. IND. Champion Attilas Stingray. Dam: Indian Champion Bambilo of Delkrisliney. Click Here to See Litter Box, Photographs of Puppies and Parents. Puppies can be transported to most locations in India.
Please Contact: Anish Ashraf: Ph: +91-9894124262
(Listing First Posted on 15th January 2020 - Renewable on 15th January 2021) - Kombai - Tazi Kennels
Del Krisline Kennels (Formerly known as Goodwill Kennels): We announce a litter of true to type show quality Combai pups out of Indian Champion Sire and Dam. Sire: Ch.Rocky; Dam: Ch.Julie; Pups are with heavy bones, perfect top line, typical color and markings, temperament guaranteed. Both Father and Mother of the puppies is a champion and multiple BoB winner. Strictly for show homes and Indian breed enthusiast only. Click here to view litter box. For details contact: Goodwill Kennels, Maxworthnagar 2nd lane, Nagamalai, Madurai-625019. Ph: 9894422199, 9629605275, 9894273006. Email:
(Listing Renewable on 1st October 2014)