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Watch: Bengaluru man buys Korean dogs for Rs 2 cr

Satish owns over 150 rare breeds and was waiting for this one for the last 20 years.

By: Express Web Desk |
March 31, 2016 1:31:26 pm
Satish S with his priced possession/ Facebook Satish S with his priced possession/ Facebook

As unbelievable as it may sound, Bengaluru-based breeder and president of Indian Dog Breeders’ Association Satish S has bought two Korean Dosa mastiffs, a rare dog breed, for Rs 1 crore each. In fact, the dogs, a male and a female, were given a royal welcome to the country when they were picked up from the airport in a Rolls Royce and a Range Rover, respectively.

Reportedly, Satish owns over 150 rare breeds and was waiting for this one for the last 20 years and recently got to know of a breeder in China who happened to have them. With the possession, he becomes the first owner in India of a Korean mastiff.

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