Stray dog behaving like a wild dog in Okayama Garden [AKA Pu La Deshpande Garden] of Pune city

Stray dog behaving like a wild dog in Okayama Garden [AKA Pu La Deshpande Garden] of Pune city

Stray dog hiding itself acting like a wild predator in Pune city's beautiful Okayama Garden [AKA Pu La Deshpande Garden] on Sinhgadh Road

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  1. Was he friendly in the end? Or- did he scare you away? :)

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    1. He was friendly with the people in the park, just looked like he was recalling his ancestors' hunting skills on other dogs around! :)

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  2. Pavni Talwar21 April, 2012

    He was friendly with the people in the park... & it's beautiful, Okayama garden.

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  3. I was amazed at the number of stray dogs in India...guess that is why the travel clinic insisted I get a "pre-rabies" vaccine, in case I was bitten far from a major city. I am always wanting to pet dogs but, most I saw, weren't too friendly - or, maybe, I was just a bit more cautious. I did pet a lot of cows, though, Bhavesh!

    I'm home two weeks already...wanting to get back to India!

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    1. India has a big problem of stray dogs actually. Many are badly bitten, but the ratio is still OK.

      Petting cows must be quite a different experience!

      2 weeks away from India must be a great long time for you :)

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  4. It's now almost three weeks....and, yes, I am really missing India...though I imagine it is scorching right now. But it is so chilly to me here after my 25 lb weight loss and our usual San Francisco area cool temperatures.

    As for cows, I pet them everywhere...the friendliest, though, I've found are in Switzerland. Must be that, there, they are so well cared for and they get nice bells around their necks.!

    I know that one series of shots I got before my trip was a "pre-rabies" vaccine in case I should be bitten some distance from a city and had to be transported to a medical facility! I got every shot recommended by the Center for Disease Control...some $500 worth...thankfully, my insurance covered it all.

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    1. So come back in November again :)

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  5. Anonymous22 July, 2012

    Interesting!

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