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Hello I'm planning to buy a pup or a pair and I need some suggestions ?

Hello I'm planning to buy a pup or a pair and I need some suggestions I'm from Trichy Tamilnadu and I'm looking for big size dog like St Bernard, Mastiff. Is it possible to keep them in hot climate like Trichy, chennai. I see people have these breeds in Haryana and Delhi. Wht are the basic amenties I need to plan before buying a St Bernard or a Mastiff.
By Palaniraja chandrase · 15 Sep 2011 1:40 am

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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 15 Sep 2011 7:46 am
https://www.colossuskennels.co m/choose_right_dog_for_you.htm l
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By Palaniraja chandrasekaran · 15 Sep 2011 8:44 am
thanks for sharing the links. I'm looking for some of your experience with this big breeds in hot climate and suggestions to have them in my place.. more of a real life suggestions.
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 15 Sep 2011 8:47 am
they can live easlly till 32 degrees. above that need cooling facilities. diet is another aspect. need good diet and also excersie. They can live indoors with ease but never tie or chain in home. makes them either very shy or agressive. keep them loose in home and they will be perfect.
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By Palaniraja chandrasekaran · 15 Sep 2011 9:18 am
Thanks Anil. I'll go for a st Bernard then , I'll return India this nov and will find a litter around that time,
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By Sathiyan · 16 Sep 2011 3:05 pm
Hi bro , nice to c that u gonna own dogs. It doesn't matter how many u gonna grow. But choosing the right breed matters. It seems u are in foreign right now. And your options st and matif seems to be little questionable. You know already these both breeds belongs to the nation or place where we can feel a moderate and cool climate. I have experience in trichy and it is a temperate region where always more than 33 degree. So my assumption both this breeds are not suitable there. People may have there , but check them u ll find their uncomfortablness during afternoon and evening time due to warm waves blowing.
I suggest you to go for indian breeds. Likely rajapalayam(polingar hound) or sippiparai, or kombai, or rampur hound. And buy it. From quality breeders.
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By Palaniraja chandrasekaran · 17 Sep 2011 7:01 am
Thanks Sathiya for the inputs.. now a days I don't see a good indian breed with the breeders. I have seen good size Rajapalayam and I always wanted to have such dogs. but now a days people have just white dogs and call them rajapalayam. Do u know anybody who have good Rajapalayam/
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By Sathiyan · 17 Sep 2011 12:06 pm
Thanks for considering my suggestions. You rightly said, people having white dog and saying its rajapalayam. I once fooled like this. I took a puppy from a village atone thogaimalai near trichy. But it was somw mixtire of sippiparai and rajapalayam. Even in rajapalayam area people not provoiding pure breed.S u may contact arun.thangasamy1311@gmail.com.
Who is a proffesional breeder particularly for Indian breeds. And is doing this as his hobby and to takecare of our Indian
Breeds. So you may contact Him. Directly with out any middleman. Am from namakkal and a student of st josephs college trichy. Tc mail me at gsathiyansainik@gmail.com
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