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From where should I purchase the dogs for my kennel?

I am from Meerut, UP and I plan to start a dog breeding business. I need sincere advice and suggestions from genuine breeders regarding which breeds of dogs to start with? Also from where should I purchase the dogs for my kennel? Dog breeders plz advice me.
By abhay · 14 Feb 2009 11:08 am


By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 14 Feb 2009 11:25 am
first work out the space, number of dogs, time you can spare, etc and them depending on these factor work onthe breeds. before getting any breed, study a bit about its nature and requirement.
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By abhay · 14 Feb 2009 11:43 am
Thx so much for the reply, I have been through your web sites a couple of times and I admire for what ever that you are doing. Since my childhood I have kept a number of dogs, like labrador, boxer, bull mastiffs, and cocker spaniel. So apart fromthese dogs I have studied a lot about english mastiffs and pugs.I initially wish to start with 2-3 dogs only. While selecting a breed I also wish to ensure that I am able to sell my pups as well i.e. to say that the breed which I keep should have a demand in the north indian market. Sir, please advice.
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 14 Feb 2009 2:58 pm
There is NEVER a shortage of any breed you bring. Yea unknown breeds needs to be bred according to breed standards and not like puppy mills/backyard breeders. See a dog of 25 kg weight needs min 15 x 5 feet of area. n this basis you can caluculate the area. As far as i m knowledge goes Pugs are basically indoor animals.THey would need less space out side too. Mastiffs need a huge area and exercise is the main aspect with them. Diet is heavy. These all details need to be taken into consideration while you select your breed. I would suggest not to go ahead more than 2 breeds at max. IT will help you learn and understand the breed much better.
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By abhay · 02 Mar 2009 1:13 pm
Thank you very much for all the support and suggestions. I had finally decided for either pug or beagles to start my kennel. All these days had been reading a lot about these breeds. I wanted to ask whether breeding a pug is easy or not, compared to other breeds. Is it true that pug as a breed is a very sensitive breed? I also read that Pugs quiet often require c-section for delivery. Is it true? . Plz advice.
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