The Indian Pariah Dog (also pye dog, pie dog or pi dog) is the aboriginal landrace or naturally selected "breed" of the Indian sub-continent. It is also called the Indian Native Dog and is nowadays referred to as the INDog by experts and enthusiasts. The term "pariah dog" is not derogatory in the domestic dog context and refers to a class of primitive dogs of a specific appearance known as the "long-term pariah morph."India's Pariah Dog, the dominant village and street breed, is thought to be a descendant of an early Chinese immigrant according to Peter Savolainen, a professor of evolutionary genetics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. However the place of origin has not been determined so far.