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I paid rs 15000 for my lab is he pure bred ?

I paid rs 15000 for my lab . he is certified . he has webbed feet and thick coat but there is a slight curve in his tail . is he pure bred ? how can u tell if a lab is purebred or not
By rukma kiran · 07 Nov 2011 6:24 pm


By Rahul Bhardwaj · 07 Nov 2011 7:34 pm
did u got his paper, did you checked that he is kCI registered or not or whether he is a pure bloodline.
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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 07 Nov 2011 8:21 pm
from which breeder you bought?
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By Ramachandran Subramanian · 07 Nov 2011 9:04 pm
I think there are DNA test for dogs too. You can google DNA test for dogs. Papers can be forged or purchased for a bribe, but not the DNA
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By rukma kiran · 08 Nov 2011 8:40 am
how to know he is pure bloodline ? he is KCI registered
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By Navjot Singh · 08 Nov 2011 12:09 pm
Rukma, nothing to worry, Labrador puppies are not born with "otter like tail". My 2 month Labrador also had a slightly curved tail and that left me wondering if he's a pure breed or not, the problem aggravated further due to the fact that he's a puppy from "unknown pedigree" and we had nothing but a certificate by the vet guaranteeing the authencity of his breed throughout his life. I sought the advice from another vet who confirmed the otter like tail gets developed as puppy grows.
My Labrador is now 8 month old and has developed thick, short and well-balanced tail.
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By Navjot Singh · 08 Nov 2011 1:27 pm
Also, having said above, while there's no hard and fast rule that Lab puppies are born with otter like tail, puppies from some pedigree may have a short and thick tell but that makes their quality no superior than puppies yet to grow otter like tail. If you want to analyse more about your puppy's breed, you may seek advice from a good vet or perhaps a breeder. But, I've seen most of these people are hypocrites and rather than giving honest advice to first time dog owner, they patronise with them.
Thus, irrespective of whether he's a pure breed or not, your are responsible for raising him for the rest of the life, and a life worths more than your 15,000 bugs so be responsible and take care of him.
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By jayraj · 09 Nov 2011 10:10 am
upload some pics of him so anybody can tell and give advice to you.!
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By gautam sawant · 11 Nov 2011 9:46 pm
I feel the best way to know how the puppy would look when adult is by seeing the parents -- did u ask the breeder about his parents when you bought him
puppies change when they grow - even i was worried when my gsd didnot had the erect hair ( prominent feature of the breed) but as he grew he has the erect ears
don't worry and panic take care of him feed him proper diet with proper vaccination and train him well , you will have a lovely companion !!!
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