At that time she costed me 16.5k. She has become the I love my Shih tzu shirt. Everything I plan in my life is around her. I cant imagine my life without her. But I really hate the fact that I bought a life. At the time I got her I had no idea about pets. After she came into my life I realised that animals have same emotions and feelings as us and that should be respected. She has changed me in lot of ways. I have become a lot more sensitive towards all kind of life forms. When someone sees an odd looking street dog there is usually a mix feeling of fear and disgust. A lot of people may feel the same when we see an odd looking stranger on street. I understand that and there is no way of knowing if something like that wont hurt you. All I can do is share what I have experienced. Most of the dogs on street however fierce they might look will be come loyal to you and start loving you if you just give them love.
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When it comes to making decision about I love my Shih tzu shirt. Size and temperament of dog is usually the major deciding factors. There is not much difference in space requirements of a toy breed and an indian pariah. Both need space to run around.Smaller breeds are more agile and need more space sometimes( if they are not lazy bones). Also Indian pariah are really low maintenance pets.They hardly get sick thanks to their amazing immune system. Age is also a crucial factor. Yes its easier to train a dog when its younger but then there are no guarantees. Toy breeds are a lot more stubborn. An Indian pariah is the easiest to train after they are at least one year old as they get calmer. Breed is no guarantee of temperament, it varies for every dog. Every dog has its own personality that makes them unique. Generalising a dogs temperament based on its breed is quite similar to judging a human for his/her race/cast/colour. It all depends on dog and his life experiences same as humans.