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I am planning to buy either a Lab or a Boxer. How old a puppy should i buy ?

m plannin to buy eithr a lab or a boxer. how old a puppy should i buy ? after how many months wil it b hard for the dog to adapt to its new environment n ppl ? i'd like to remind yo'l tat m a 1st tym dog handler. pls advise
By Barath Roy · 12 Jun 2010 9:39 am


By Shalin · 12 Jun 2010 8:20 pm
there is no such specific time,but you should take the puppy homeonly after 2 months of age,never beforw that.i am myself a proud owner of 1 year old boxer and believe me there is no other dog like a boxer.
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By Dinkar Singh · 13 Jun 2010 9:04 am
there are a lot of articles and info in the articles section of this website on buying a pup etc...........read them first. Also choose the breed wisely keeping the breed needs and yours. For example a boxer can be quite hyper and needs a good amount of exercise to be calm in an apartment, the lab too needs a decent amount of exercise every day, so keep all these things in mind.
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By Hameed Sulaiman · 14 Jun 2010 3:02 am
A boxer is not a good choice for a novice dog owner... Lab too but not that much difficult as a boxer... what do you actually expect from your dog ? tell me and i will give you more choices, more people here can too give you more suggestions as both the breeds you want needs a little(lab) to more experienced(boxer) owner.
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By Gopal Krishna · 14 Jun 2010 4:30 pm
I will suggest you a Lab... a boxer could be more stubborn and hard to control if you are new... but lemme remind you about exercise... lab is a high energy dog so make sure you have enough time to take him on a walk, run and exercise... else nothing is more destructive than a bored frustrated Lab :)
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