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which is the best guard dog for appartment?

hi for 800 sq. ft flat in an apartment which breed is best as a guard dog
By vaibhav · 16 Nov 2009 8:37 pm

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By Dinkar Singh · 17 Nov 2009 10:25 am
It is a rather small area for any big dog. But what you first need to see is are you ready to take care of any dog and are you upto the responsibility and cost of taking care. Also keep in mind that most dogs live upto 12 year of age and do you have the time. Who will look after it in your absence etc.

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By Runni · 17 Nov 2009 4:38 pm
None as so called guard dogs cant be maintained in small apartment....but u can get a small breed alarm dog like lhasa or beagle....
But before getting any dog plz consider the facts Mr. Dinkar Singh has mentioned...then only get a pup
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By gautam sawant · 19 Nov 2009 10:32 pm
hey vaibhav
u can go for german shephard or doberman or rotveiler
depending on ur need u can choose from above , rott being more aggresive and dobby most active
all the three breed should adjust in a apartment provided u take proper care and have time to spend with the dogs
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By gautam sawant · 19 Nov 2009 10:35 pm
There should be people around in ur house through out
u can not have a gaurd dog locked in ur house to protect it in ur absence
the dogs can be either depresed or voilent if left alone for long time


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By gautam sawant · 19 Nov 2009 10:40 pm
r u lokiin for a pedegree dog ?
if not
u can consider local indian dog ( pariah dog)
Indian dogs are very good watch and gaurd dogs as they are teritorial
plus easy to maintain and are less prone to any disease or infection
u can check with local shelter and adopt one !!!
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By arsh sharma · 23 Nov 2009 6:48 pm
hi frnd samir tawde i think u r wrong. he should never adopt doberman or rotweiler. doberman need more space to run and rot is very strong and aggresive dog. first he should think about how much he could devote. this is not for 1-2 months this is for atleast 15 years. so please buy some small breed dog or maximum medium breed.
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Do you have yard., dogs are not supposed to keep in home.,,specially guard dogs.,

or keep small breed only.,..gud for him and you too.,. this is how you will complete your hobby too.. :)))
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By Satinderjit Singh · 03 Dec 2009 8:36 pm
I want to say u ,you should adop GSD dog, They love to his owner very much but keep in mind spent some time with ur pet and go for walk together twice in a day. I said u according to my experiance. I have 12.5 month old GSD dog i love him very much and he also me. when i free i spent time with him he is my true friend.
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By Nikhil Gupta · 27 Jan 2010 6:39 pm
Bullmastiff is best guard dog in the world.It does not require more space moreove it do not need any running & it is ruff & tough.
So you should go for bullmastiff.
Nikhil
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