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Please give me the suggestion of good dog breed?

dear all dog lovers, i am planning to buy a male dog,but confused in breeds.i like rottweilers,deshound and lab.give me the suggestions for best one.i want the dog with guarding ability...but never own a dog before.
By ravindra · 29 Nov 2011 1:20 am


By D.chakrabarty · 29 Nov 2011 9:05 am
what you acyually need to know is the breeds daily need of exercise and potential health problems. rottweilers are good, however they mostly have stomach problems and require vigorous exercise. daschunds are also very good but then, they may develop spine problems. doberman is a very sturdy dog. but you should give them proper exercise. go to wickipedia and see for yourself, which dog is best suited for you. ask yourself how much time you can spare for your dog. owning a dog means responsibility for almost 10 to 15 years, so if you are ready for that, you may go ahead and own a dog. goodluck :D
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By sandy · 29 Nov 2011 9:52 am
Rott u can take but needs training from a young age....again rott is not for weak hearted, inactive people + they need space for playing cant be kept in appts or very small houses...at least 40*60 feet...house is needed for a rott.

Or u need to take it to ground play and release ite energy....daily (mandatory)

u would hear advises from people who wouldnt have owned a rott so please consider expert advise and not someones who spreads false statemnts like.....it is a agressive dog, it will bite u etc....

Whats imp is choosing a good lineage puppy, with stable temperament, u should have seen mom and dad and remember quality comes at a price
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By vignesh · 29 Nov 2011 10:41 am
Mr. Ravindra u said u never own a dog before so my advice for u is go for lab or dashound.....rotties require experience handlers first timers cant maintain rottie....lab will be the best choice for you...
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By SaiShyam · 29 Nov 2011 11:48 am
Since this is your first then own a GSD it will be good watch dog.Rotts needs strict owner and rigorous exercise unless you have treadmill at home and you can train them to walk 1-2 hrs per day. Still GSD needs training and discipline from young age otherwise it will bark like nonsense to your neighbours.Please learn few tips from net before you own any good dog. Labs are the best but you need to train more to make them as watch dog.
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By Dinkar Singh · 29 Nov 2011 5:13 pm
A Rottweiler is for one who has kept large breed dogs before, so its out. Labs are not really guard dogs and hence out.

What you need to first also see is that do you need a watch dog or a guard dog.

Dachund are good watch dogs and can beagles be. They are both easy to keep. See the different breeds and also see the breed requirement and if that matches your before getting one. Also if possible get a friends dog over for a few days and see if you are able to take care of a dogs as its a long commitment.
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By ravindra · 29 Nov 2011 11:39 pm
thanks dinkar sir,but it is difficult for me to out rott from my list,as once i saw this dog in my friends house...it was amazing...but also i should not ignore your advise about the rotts.can you please tell me the name of some good dechshund/beagle breeders.no one around us who breeds these dog.i am not interested to opt a dog to whom i have to give protection...i want a dog which protect us.some kind of mard dog.

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By Nish · 30 Nov 2011 10:06 am
Rots are hard to keep at times. They tend to get aggressive if they are not fed and they need a lot of exercise. Handling them is one more part . I have had GSD , Spaniels and beagles in the past . And a rot is not an easy dog to handle compared to the other breeds. Why dont you look for a doberman or a GSD ?

Also my word of advice . Make sure the breeder is genuine and you clear out all the possible things ie. the pups bloodline / KCI papers etc.

There are some really professional breeders who can really take you for a ride .
chk this out .
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By Mohit Chauhan · 30 Nov 2011 1:20 pm
hi ravindra i am mohit chauhan I am dog lover i have bring all type of dogs if u want any type of dogs so call me 8447351903 thanks
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By gautam sawant · 01 Dec 2011 6:52 pm
@ ravindra
dogs are clasiffied as per there size and the purpose they were breed for
for eg rottis,germand shephard, doberman, grat dane to name a few are bigger breeds
spintz , proms, pug, spaniel, pit bull are smaller breed

firts decide whether you can handle a big dog or you comfortable with small dog

accordingly you can select
if you want to go for big dog go for german shephard
if you want a small dog, proms are good choice
boxer is a medium sized bred and is also a good option

again all depends on space you have , time you can devote and expenses you can bear
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By kishan · 27 Dec 2011 4:08 pm
rott is the best guarding dog i feel&it needs lots of exercise
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