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I have a Labdash puppy,mix breed of Labrador and Daschund,will she attain a normal Lab height or not?

Hello Eveyone... I have a Labdash puppy...3 months old...mix breed of Labrador and Daschund... Im worried because of her height....as she is having daschund genes too...so will she attain a normal Lab height or not? Please advise.... thnks in advance
By Anupriya · 17 Jun 2009 4:54 pm


By abhay · 17 Jun 2009 10:00 pm
not an expert, but seems surprising tht how cme the mating was successful since there is so much of difference in the height of the two breeds.
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By Dinkar Singh · 18 Jun 2009 10:11 am
In cross breeds one can never be sure as to what the height and traits of the pup will be. You will just have to wait and see. I dont think she will be of a labs height.....what does she look like now and how is the body.............
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By Anupriya · 18 Jun 2009 7:18 pm
Thnks for replying...well my puppy is in good health and height too...what bothers me is when I compare and see other labs of her age...and dat point point I feel that she is not dat nourished as of others and bla bla
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By Dinkar Singh · 19 Jun 2009 9:26 am
Hey....you cannot compare her to any other lab or breed regardless of age etc..........as ur dog/ pup is unique. Did you know dogs like yours are called designer dogs and are very popular with celebs in Hollywood. The designer dog that you have I have not heard of it ever so u r very lucky to have her.

As for health feed her a good commercial diet or home made diet and she will be fine. To see if she is underweight or over weight, try and feel her rips, if you can feel and count them then in general she is in good weight, but this does not mean that you can see her rips when you look at her. Only when you feel her side you should be able to feel her rips.

She is still very young and it is better that she is lean till she is atleast 12 months old as you really dont now what she will turn out to be and you should not but undue weight on her bones and body structure. Give her calcium and vitamins as per the vets advise.

All the best !!
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By Anupriya · 19 Jun 2009 12:52 pm
Thnk u so very much for sharing your thoughts and motivating me.....but I love her like anything as she is my nona baby.....im surely lucky to have a cleb like her....she is very obedient and a fun loving puppy..will grow her with all my responsibilities....and will nourish and cherish each and every moment of her... :-)
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