• Whatsapp Whatsapp
      • DogSpot makes shopping easier via instant messaging!
        Whatsapp us on +91- 9599090487 and let us know what your furry friend requires and we will get your order delivered.

I have labrador retriever, and decided to get another one, help?

NOw Sultan my labrador retriever puppy is 3 months old and i LOVE him even more. lm seriously considering a second dog , prefrably a female boxer. my question, will an older pup be better than a 6 week old puppy. and will a boxer and a labrador do good in a 400 sq yard/1200 sq ft two bedroom apartment?
By Kartik · 02 Dec 2008 2:44 pm


By Kartik · 02 Dec 2008 4:44 pm
and how much should i expect to pay for a female boxer puppy?
No Comments · Post Comments
By MAVI KENNEL · 04 Dec 2008 1:21 am
hi kartik
yes both the breed are good for this much space but
but you have to take care them like morning and evening walk
proper exerise and feeding see frnd whenever you are going to purchase pup always go for 8weeks old pup
and kartik dhar
you can expect price for boxer female for a pet quality 12k with good pedigree and microchipped tooooo and price for show pup it starts from 18 k to .....................
No Comments · Post Comments
By Priya Shergill · 17 Dec 2008 6:02 pm
Both these breed need a large amount of exercise. Currently as little puppies they need not be given heavy exercise as the bones of the legs will go out of alignment. They are both too big for an apartment, so I do not suggest a second big Dog. Your Labrador can be taken for regular exercise after he is 8 months old, but meanwhile needs to run free to exercise himself. This can be done with the use of an extended leash on a lawn or open ground.
No Comments · Post Comments
yashkant gaur
By Priyanka Datt · Dog Care · 30 Aug 2017 11:34 am ·
yashkant gaur
By Akhil Rajendra Kurup · Dog Food · 22 Nov 2016 11:32 pm ·
yashkant gaur
By Sneha Punjabi · Dog Food · 19 Jul 2016 12:18 pm ·
yashkant gaur
By Shivu Shivraj · Dog Care · 05 Jan 2016 9:07 pm ·

Ask a Question

Related Articles
  • Follow Us:

Views and Articles are not endorsed by DogSpot.in. DogSpot does not assume responsibility or liability for any Comment or for any claims, damages, or losses resulting from any use of the Site or the materials contained therein. All contributions and Articles are owned by DogSpot.in.