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I wanted to know some good breeders in Delhi-Punjab area for rottweilers,dobermans and bull mastiff?

I have 3 questions and will have all of them below. I am based in Delhi and have a decent size house which is approximately 800 sq yards(having a good amount of outside space.We are looking for a family pet and in addition for guarding purposes too.We don't have any infants or children and all the members are adults.We can devote a good time for socialization,training and being with the dog.(Dog might not be around us 24*7 though but we can take good amount of care).We can take up costs for maintaning a large breed dog as we can commit certain time and can afford financially...We had a doberman and dalmatian 3 yrs ago (both died) now plan on adding a new member to the family within a month or so. 1.The problem is choosing the breed.I really don't know which breed would be best for me.I am now down to around 4 breeds rottweiler,doberman, bull mastiff or bully kutta(indian mastiff).If I go for a rott I might consider keeping just one female as it is the most ferocious in the shortlisted breeds I have. 2.The second question is regarding the gender(what gender should I keep.Should I keep a male female pair for cases other than rottweiler ..If I go with a female I was dam scared about the spaying of female dogs,as I have moreover heard all bad things and it ruins a dog's ,life span and creates many problems.So I really don't want to be selfish (as I dun want to ruin a dog's life)and I can just keep a make.I am at no case looking to get into any kind of breeding business 3.I wanted to know some good breeders in Delhi-Punjab area for rottweilers,dobermans and bull mastiff...I am taking opinions of different people so as to get an idea...
By Kailash Relan · 10 Jul 2009 8:23 am


By Dinkar Singh · 10 Jul 2009 10:25 am
Regarding the first question, I would suggest the dob, although I am a Rott fan and have had them for over 20 odd years and I do show them also as a hobby. The reason why I am saying dob is because of the area you live in. Delhi gets very hot. dobs you have kept and know exactly how to keep them, temperament etc. Bull mastiffs are nice much bigger and heavier than the dob, but again heat is not really there type of environment, as they can get hot spots etc. although they too are short coated, but need more attention in training and regualr training. The Rotts are also nice and my favorite, but they have a double coat so you need to take more care of them in hot months. Although I have given a relative a dog in Delhi and she is doing just fine but is kept inside the house most of the time. She has been neutered also, will come to that also.

Second question gender, all the above mentioned dog breeds are good guard dogs and really dont require another one with them specially as you dont have that much open space etc. One will be just fine. The dob you can go for a male as you have kept one earlier, but as far as the bullmastiff and rott I would advise for a female for a simple reason that you have not kept one before and it is always advisable for first timers to this breed to get a female first for the simple reason they are easier to handle and train as compared to some males. Guarding there is no problem a female can guard as well as a male.

Spraying has no problems and it is better for a dog male or female if it is not going to be used for breeding as they can develop a lot of private part diseases with age which requires surgery. When you get a dog or female sprayed or neutered, they will have a tendency to put on weight and become less active. Otherwise there is no problem. The operation is generally a 1 hr one and the dog will need after surgery care for about 10 odd days. Your concern is justifiable and understandable as I too have a female rott who I am not showing but would like to get her sprayed, but it the whole operation bit that I am a bit weary about as dogs are my passion and not my business. But it should be done and I am thinking of getting it done in october or so when the months are nice and warm and good for healing etc.

Breeders are unlimited in India, but you have to be very careful in what you are picking up and from who. See both parents and also see their temperament as all these breeds can have temperament and behavioral problems due to breeders breeding for money and not really caring for the breed. The best will be to visit KCI dog shows in winters and see all the dogs in a few shows in and around delhi and then decide which breeders dogs you like and then go ahead.

All The Best
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By Naresh Jayasimha · 12 Jul 2009 11:37 am
Dear frnd, A single answer to all ur questions is a male St. Bernard as u can spare time wit him (i assure he plays like a kid with ur family) and u r financially good... he will be very much affectionate and frndly with ur family and frnds although he wil b ferocious to strangers (a courageos gaint)... as he is a working breed... he will b a guard dog and no doubt abt it..... and breeding is not madatory for the male ...... and to purchase any puppy pls do see the parents first.... and then buy the puppy... don't worry abt linage and papers as many of the papers will b a fake one... finally my opinion is to get a St.Bernard rather than those 4 breeds...
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By Dinkar Singh · 12 Jul 2009 4:48 pm
Ha ha ha.......St Bernard. I dont thing a St Bernard will be very comfortable in a place like delhi unless the owner plans to keep it in a AC room which a lot of people in delhi do. As for guarding once a St bernard gets a treat from someone he will lead that person straight to the family silver, it only initially that he may bark and look big scare a person who does not know about dogs . No papers then you dnt know where it is coming from and a lot of st bernards now days are getting a bad reputation for being very aggressive which is just the opposite for a St bernard as per world standards. Nice try
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By Kailash Relan · 12 Jul 2009 5:50 pm
I am definetly not getting a St Bernard...as the requirements don't really fit in my case.I was looking for doberman breeders in Delhi area,but could not find any reputed breeders.The ones I could find are the ones who deal in all breed types(I really don't want to get my pup from people like that).All the doberman breeders are moreover based in south india and cant even see their parents in person in that case..I am now down to bull mastiff or a rottweiler now...
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By Dinkar Singh · 12 Jul 2009 6:05 pm
There is a Rottweiler up for adoption in the dogs forum.....is that yours
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By Kailash Relan · 12 Jul 2009 6:30 pm
Lol not my It is with one of the organizations called friendicos in Delhi.They got it as the owner abandoned the poor rottweiler coz owner was not impressed.(He did not have any temperamental problem).Just owner left hin.The rott has found a new home now...
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By Kailash Relan · 12 Jul 2009 6:30 pm
I was helping to find the rott a new home thts all...
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By Dinkar Singh · 13 Jul 2009 8:23 am
Its a good idea to adopt one too..........no hassle of potty training and also having your furniture chewed up. Rott love chewing things that too till later in life also. Have had a lot of valuable items and furniture chewed up by my Rotts over the years including doors.
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By Kailash Relan · 13 Jul 2009 9:10 am
But it has already been adopted...so might look for something else
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By Dinkar Singh · 13 Jul 2009 11:38 am
Dnt knw the quality but check it out for dobs

H-1 M.C.D Colony Kingsway Camp
Delhi, India
Phone 9868812368 , 9999747868

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By Kailash Relan · 13 Jul 2009 4:57 pm
I called them they wont be having any pups coming up anytime soon...
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By Dinkar Singh · 13 Jul 2009 5:22 pm
Because of the heat I would suggest the dob again. You can also call the KCI and get numbers of breeders in and around Delhi check out the website ....it should be www.thekci.org
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By Kunal Sharma · 14 Jul 2009 9:47 am
I think u shld go 4 bull mastiff....they r rilli nice...though m having Rottweiler ...but Bull will be great 4 ur requirement...... u can have a high quality Bull Mastiff from Champion + Imported Linage and the owner is from delhi itself so u can c the parents also ......

Mr. Vikas Kaler
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By Kailash Relan · 19 Jul 2009 9:21 pm
Kasmanda@ Sir, I learnt from people doberman in India are mostly American bloodlines.They usually have temperament and health defects.I was also a victim of all this before ,but it was not that bad.He got sick like 3 times and recovered from death bed...and temperament was a bit moody.I was wondering if I just drop the idea of pedigreed dogs and get a breed called "Bully kutta"(Indian mastiff).Firstly have you heard about this breed? If I get a female of this breed what do you think will it be better as the delhi weather wont be a problem at all.This breed can survive a weather of 40+ celcius easily..
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By Dinkar Singh · 20 Jul 2009 9:51 am
There is no such thing as bully kutta...as per me its all made up. In India we have The Tibetan Mastiff found in higher reaches of the Himalayas and the gaddi dog found in Himachal. But both are not suited to city life and hot climate although people may have kept them.

As for dobs, any breed that gets popular starts getting breed my nearly everyone to make money and that is when problems occur. There is nothing wrong with American lines or american dogs. What you have to do is buy from a very reputed breeder, study the breed and about the health issues and if required get a health scan done and speak to other puppy/ dog owners who have bought dogs from that breeder. A good breeder will not have any problems disclosing such data. Do not buy a pup out of parent just imported as one will not know the health or temperament issues. As far as I know dobs have always been know for being a one man dog and at times unpredictable, but then that is also because they are a guarding breed.

Great Danes are nice also but need proper training to be under control always plus you have to keep in mind the food cost and the medicine cost which will also be extra due to the size, apart from space and exercise required.

A Indian breed / stray dog adoption is a good idea and they make very good watch dogs. Get a pup from a shelter and they usually neuter it and give it to you. They are much healthier dogs and now a lot of celebs too have Indian dogs/ stray dogs as pets.

Adoptions at the Sai Ashram Animal Shelter, we have many pups and adult dogs for adoption. Visit http://saiashram.blogspot.com/ for details and pictures.

If you want I can also send you their contact number etc.
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you should go for an argentine mastiff . it has a long history of hunting and as a guard dog . it is a very gentle breed . though u dont have children its a gentle and loving breed for more information for dog buying or any uestion e - mail me ac1687@gmail.com . or visit my profile
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By Kailash Relan · 23 Jul 2009 3:35 pm
Abhishek..Is there any breeder in India for that??? I messaged u before too but did not get to hear from u...
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