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I'm planning to get a male rott for my home. The purpose is both, guard dog as well as a pet,help?

Hi I'm planning to get a male rott for my home. The purpose is both, guard dog as well as a pet. This will be my first dog but not my first pet. I've read a lot of queries related to the same breed so I know the basic info needed to have a rott. I have plenty of space within my house premises. I have 10*10 room for the pet. I can spend almost 2hours in a day with the pet for exercising, grooming, etc. I know that I should go for renowned breeders but as one of the pet lover mentioned, even I want to buy my rott from a Pet Quality Store or Breeder and not from the Breeder who has taken his dog to various dog shows and won a lot of prizes there. These prizes eventually increase the cost of litter too. I'm not planning to take my dog to any show and this is nothing against the breeders who import breeds or win prizes in dog shows. Its their profession and its my choice. And personally,I don't think that a dog from a PET QUALITY STORE will have less characteristics of that breed in particular, as compared to the dog from a renowned BREEDERS who imports quality dog. I would like to know from pet lovers if I'm right or wrong. And please guide me where I can get good quality rott in Chandigarh or surrounding areas. Thanks
By Preet · 05 Mar 2012 10:10 pm

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By sandy · 05 Mar 2012 10:16 pm
https://www.dogspot.in/why-hel l-does-dog-cost-so-much/

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By Vikram Ahuja · 05 Mar 2012 10:45 pm
No, you must never buy a puppy from a pet shop because
you do not know about the diseases he has inherited
a pet shop owner will never take pains to get the puppy tested for genetic diseases
usually pets in a pet shop are not healthy
they do not buy puppy from a registered kennel and even the puppy is not registered by kci
you do not know the temperament of the puppy
to earn profit usually the mother dog is bred many times a year and are kept in unhygienic conditions which effect the quality of the puppies.

one must always buy from a good and registered breeders because he always cares about his dogs and he will be even intrested to know where his puppy is going and how he is doing there.
if you buy from a breeder you not face problems of veterinary bills after as they are usually healthy.a breeder usually asks 5 to 10 k more but it is cheaper in long term.
I hope you buy one from a breeder.
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By Vikram Ahuja · 05 Mar 2012 10:45 pm
No, you must never buy a puppy from a pet shop because
you do not know about the diseases he has inherited
a pet shop owner will never take pains to get the puppy tested for genetic diseases
usually pets in a pet shop are not healthy
they do not buy puppy from a registered kennel and even the puppy is not registered by kci
you do not know the temperament of the puppy
to earn profit usually the mother dog is bred many times a year and are kept in unhygienic conditions which effect the quality of the puppies.

one must always buy from a good and registered breeders because he always cares about his dogs and he will be even intrested to know where his puppy is going and how he is doing there.
if you buy from a breeder you not face problems of veterinary bills after as they are usually healthy.a breeder usually asks 5 to 10 k more but it is cheaper in long term.
I hope you buy one from a breeder.
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By dr tapas sarangi · 06 Mar 2012 11:46 am
try to buy from people who are having the parents,irrespective of they being high profile breeders or not. at least have a look at the mother of the pup. ask any pet shop owner to take you to the place where pups are there in a nearby locality ,he may take a commission from both the buyer and seller, but you can always refer to the pups parents owners when needed..lot many good quality rottie owners are there in Chandigarh .best wishes.
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By Preet · 06 Mar 2012 1:59 pm
Thanks guys but I'm still getting some views from rott owners that I should not go for rott as its going to be my first dog. I just fail to understand why so ? If I can train the dog, spend time, give all the other things required for the breed then why not ?
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By dr tapas sarangi · 06 Mar 2012 5:46 pm
if you are confident and have quality time to spend,go for it. i started with bullmastiff and danes. within a year graduated to buying adult danes and adult french mastiffs!. and mind you i have got a small kid at home..make sure you provide basic training to the new family member.
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By Preet · 07 Mar 2012 4:19 pm
If I buy a pup from a breeder, how will I come to know that the pup is from the same parents whose paperwork he/she is shown to me ? How early/quickly a breeder can get its pup registered with any club ? Should I see the paperwork of the pup before buying , even if I have seen the father or the mother of the pup ? I came across this link : " https://tinyurl.com/78s9fyu " which will help in layman who could not read the paperwork, an idea about the breed.
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