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Which will be the best suitable for me,Doberman, Great Dane, Rotweiler or German Shephard?

Dear Sir, I am a dog lover .I want to adopt dog first time. I am in need of a Guard/security dog at my row-house. So please suggest me the best suitable breed & gender of Dog to meet my requirement.I have two kids of 12 & 3yr old. I think female dog is more suitable as she is more obedient & lovable as a family dog .I have shortlisted some breeds- Doberman, Great Dane, Rotweiler, German Shephard. Which will be the best suitable for me? & what will be the cost. Please give list of good quality breeders in Pune. Regards, Milind
By Milind · 05 Oct 2009 9:34 pm


By Ravinder · 06 Oct 2009 8:45 pm
from the breeds of your choosing german shepherd sounds ideal, since you have kids.
In my opinion its not the best thing to leave kids unattended with dogs, not unless you are very sure the kids will not try to carry the pup and learn to touch it on gently.
Is this your first dog? If so you must do as much research about dog behavior as possible, from a source of significant credit, don't seek advice from neighbours and friends.
Also when u get the pup make sure kids learn not to lift the pup, and not to lift/ touch or grab at it much, just do your research :)

This site had some great people I hope you'll get all the advice you seek.

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By Dinkar Singh · 07 Oct 2009 10:32 am
In Pune the best person for GSD's is the KCI rep there, I am forgeting his name but you can check the KCI website and get his details and numbers. He has been breeding GSD's for a long time and is a reputed breeder.

There is a difference between a guard dog and a watch dog so do you research as in what is your need and how much time you have to spend with the dog training etc. Generally with small children people do not have time for the dog and the dog gets neglected and can then misbehave or have behavioral issues.
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By Rana Atheya · 07 Oct 2009 8:18 pm
His Name is Sanjay Desai, Kennel Name: DogMatix https://www.dogmatixkennel.com /
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By arsh sharma · 08 Oct 2009 1:09 am
hi frnd always remember buy a gaurd only if u have lots of space means atleast a small gardern or lawn. breeds u short listed all r great breeds all are strong and attack dogs but all of them need training atleast from 4 to 9 mnths of age. doberman is nice dog but if u not able to handel him bcoz u r petting for first time he can even attack ur family. i personally believe german shepherd or rottweiler. but calculate money,time and love u can invest in any dog u purchase. atleast for 1st year it is very difficult.... best of luck
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By Ravinder · 08 Oct 2009 8:57 am
Yes, whatever be the breed if the dog is trained its very rewarding for you. Under neglect the dog will be confused and might have behavior problems
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By Milind · 20 Oct 2009 12:59 pm
Dear All,
Thanks for your suggessions.After making research from various sites about dogs for their specialities & behaviour, I have decided to buy a Doberman Female pup. If you have any special information/instruction on Doberman female pup, please convey it to me which will help me to take care of our new family member ........
'Dobby Girl'
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 20 Oct 2009 8:22 pm
Weight Standards: m - 70 to 75 lbs., f - 60 to 65 lbs.
Height Standards: m - 26 to 28 inches, f - 24 to 26 inches
Coat: short and smooth in black with tan or red
Common Ailments: circulatory problems, cold sensitive, bloat and kidney failure

The Doberman Pinscher originated in the shadows of Germany's beer breweries. Today the Dobe is internationally renowned as a security dog. It has an extremely high degree of loyalty to its master and can be very territorial, yet its temperament also makes it good with children.

The Doberman Pinscher needs a special blend to receive good bio-nutrietive value from protein. When compared to other breeds of the same body weight, it requires higher amounts of certain amino acids. The protein should be high in Phenylalanine and Thyrosine. Since the bulk nutrients of the area where the Doberman Pinscher developed were high in these essential amino acids, this breed requires this same protein blend today. Food sources found in the Doberman Pinscher's native environment included grain crops used for brewing German beer with pork and beef meat sources.

The protein sources I feel would be the best for this breed of dog are a blend of beef, corn, wheat, and horse meat. Conversely, the worst blend would contain high amounts of poultry, ocean fish, or white rice.

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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 20 Oct 2009 8:23 pm
the best vitamin and mineral sources to feed a Doberman Pinscher

Vitamin & Best Source
Vitamin A Palmitate
Vitamin B-1 Thiamine Hcl & Yeast
Vitamin B-2 Riboflavin & Yeast
Vitamin B-6 Pyridoxine Hcl & Yeast
Vitamin B-12 Cyanocobalamin & Yeast
Vitamin D D-activated Sterol
Vitamin E dl-alpha tocopherol acetate
Folic Acid
d-Calcium Pantothenate
Para Amino Benzoic Acid

Mineral & Best Source
Calcium Oyster Shell
Copper Gluconate
Iodine Sea Kelp
Iron Ferrous Fumerate
Magnesium Magnesium-Gluconate
Manganese Manganese-Gluconate
Phosphorus Oyster Shell
Potassium Potassium-Gluconate
Zinc Zinc-Gluconate

Please do not feed this breed of dog any supplemental vitamin C (ascorbic acid, sodium ascorbate, calcium ascorbate or ascorbal palmitate) because of the kidney and liver damage it can do
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By nandini · 25 Apr 2010 11:15 pm
Heyyyyyyyy Milind!!!!!
You should go for a German shepherd any day :)
And if the 12 yr old u have is a girl ,trust me she would want a little elegant dog

Try for a dalmation ...
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By naresh · 08 Aug 2010 8:30 pm
hi im navi from punjab.i think great-dane female puppy is suites 2 u.i hv also great-dane female.she is 3 years of age and i hv a doughter of her.she is 4 month now & fully vaccined with her card.i offer u her in 15000/-rupees
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