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I want to get different breed apart of lab?

hi, I have 2 labs(5 mnths old) 1 male and female, due to some of the issues, my mom was unable to serve 2 dogs so we gave female lab. Now the male got bit dull. I am so passionate of having dogs. We are planning for a farm house in our yard back, i want to get different breed apart of lab, love to get great dane/Rot will it be friendly with my male lab.
By Surya · 26 Jul 2010 7:58 am


By Dinkar Singh · 26 Jul 2010 12:39 pm
Farm house in ur backyard........does'nt make sense expalin............

big dogs need space and a lot of time for exercise and training etc. if its just ur mom taking care of the dogs then dont get any as a dogs life is of atleast 10 odd years, what if again she has some issues. U cannot keep giving up dogs or pups and then getting more. Its alife time commitment.
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By Dinkar Singh · 26 Jul 2010 12:40 pm
Give ur male pup the extra love and attention..........
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By Bijal · 26 Jul 2010 1:42 pm
Ur pup is small till date. when it becomes adult it needs much exercise and food also. Try to give more time to this pup and train him well. Think after 2-3 yrs for another pup. Its good for u.
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By Surya · 26 Jul 2010 6:20 pm
thanks alot for the responses. yes farm house is in backyard of my house. and i have appointed 2 worker for the feeding and caring of the dog completely.
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By Surya · 26 Jul 2010 6:22 pm
also do suggest me what kind of food is good, currently am giving 2 eggs and milk in morning, royal canin gold 2 times and curd rice.
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By Kumud Choudhary · 31 Jul 2010 11:12 pm
Another thing is that I hope you're planning to get a female dog because two adult male dogs, unless they have been really well trained and socialized or have grown up together find it difficult to peacefully coexist in the same territory. Since you can never be sure of a dog's adult temperament; it's usually best to have a male and a female dog rather than two males.
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