Bengaluru man becomes India’s first owner of rare dog breed costs Rs. 1 cr

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Bengaluru, Mar 28 (ANI): Bengalurean Satish S, who has imported Korean Dosa mastiffs, claimed to be the first owner of the Korean breed in India. Satish, breeder and president of Indian Dog Breeders’ Association, said that he imported two pups who are two-month-old, each costing approximately Rs 1 crore. He also shared that this was the first time the breed was being imported to India. He added that he had been on the lookout for the breed for the last 20 years and finally found it with a trader in Beijing. Satish added that he owned around 150 dogs – a combination of rare and known breeds