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I want to start a dog kennel.from two three dogs, please help me?

i want to start a dog kennel.from two three dogs. which dog breeds is best for breeding purpose.which dog breed is on demand in market.is a large dogs breed is best for start a dog kennel or small breed. now i have lot experience with dogs now i have german shepherd and a labrador. i have lot time for dogs
By Himanshu Gupta · 05 May 2010 3:55 pm

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By Ansh · 05 May 2010 8:39 pm
This is more than a hobby than business.
The most popular breed is labrador but one must go as per his facility.
Small breed for apartments and big for fenced and big yard.
Whatever the breed you go. Go for quality and you will be known to all.
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By Aditya Collins · 05 May 2010 9:04 pm
dear Himanshu,
As per my experience of owning a kennel Labrador is ok in comparison to GSD....But I would suggest you to go for toy breed like Pug or Pomerian they are in fashion as well as they are easy to manage. Labrador if is of high pedigree or import puppy then it is ok ...cause indian bred or ok quality breeding of Lab is not suggested by me atleast. keep two good line females get them crossed whereever u like
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By Ansh · 05 May 2010 10:08 pm
Whatever breed you select go for high pedigree.
Gsd : are so common and competition is tough.
Rotts : now a days 9 out of 10 breeders are of rotts.
Lab : extremely common but lack of good breeders and high pedigree.
Bullmastiff : not everyone can breed or buy
Great Dane : not that much craze.
Pug : you can take a look as only wrinklewood and aareltee are 2 famous and you can be 3rd though mind pugs have a lot of health issues specially breathing problem.
Pomeranian : very very less breeders, lack of craze.
Bulldog : same as pug
Doberman : not for every breeder and buyer.
Golden retriver : take a look at this area, low number of good breeders.
Dalmation : hyperactive dogs, hard to manage.
Boxer : many famous breeders already.

Now think and decide.
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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 06 May 2010 10:35 am
Hey why not you go for cocker spaniel (english, american)? now-a-days this breed has lot of craze in india because of its friendliness, and loyality.

Apart from cocker spaniel, I suggest you to go for maltese, bischon frise, lhasa apso.
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By Himanshu Gupta · 06 May 2010 12:25 pm
i think i have to own a good pedigree rott and pug !!!! ansh and collins it is right then tell me????
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By Ansh · 06 May 2010 6:09 pm
Pug is ok.
Rotts may be hard to manage.
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By Dinkar Singh · 07 May 2010 1:01 pm
Hi

If you have already kept dogs, you would have realised that if you keep them well and feed them well, there is hardly any money that you can make. Its more of an hobby rather than a business. Also compare the time and effort put in and the rewards. They are like children and you get stuck to the house, unless you have good domestic help which is hard to get.

Breeds may be popular, but at the same time you will have so many people breeding those dogs that the cost goes down, demand and supply, hence the pressure to sell at a cheaper rate, inferior quality, etc. Its not that you want to sell at a high rate or where u can make a decent amount end of the day, but the price prospective owners are willing to pay and the choices available, as new owners generally dont know much and just want a cheap puppy.

Are you willing to hold on to pups if you dont get the price you want, are you willing to keep them as pets in the house if they dont get sold to good homes, have you calculated the cost involved in keeping a dog for the rest of its life and the amount you may think you can get during its breeding years. Give it a thorough thought and then make what ever decision you have to make.

Decide wisely and all the best!!
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By Himanshu Gupta · 09 May 2010 1:56 pm
i m planning to take this dogs a good quality lab and pug.bcoz i have already a gsd pair and one lab that were not register. the main problem is that in our locality ppl want dogs at cheapest price my lab last litter those were not register i sell them only at 3500 rupees. suppose if i have a good quality lab puppies so where i can get the buyers.bcoz ppl want dog at cheapest price. if the demand of quality dog in market then this bussiness is good.
plz suggest me guys i m new in this field..
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By Gopal Krishna · 10 May 2010 10:52 pm
As Dinkar Sir and Ansh already have put their post I have very few things to add...
Keep any breed you want to keep... But keep this in mind that you should work hard to enhance the quality of the breed... poor breeding and running a puppy mill is easy to do and easy money but this not the ethical way... Be a responsible breeder and contribute something to the breed you own and breed...
I will suggest you to be a bread specific... Dont go for many breed and if possible keep only 1... Don't this for business... do this for your loyal companion and their development(Genetics)...
try to keep in more like hobby and an ethical job than a business... That all I have to say...
you can keep
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
They are really very friendly dog and not very common in india... and they are really very attractive...

Good Luck
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By Victor Duhring · 24 Jun 2010 10:50 am
Himanshu, you sound more interested in making money out of dogs you intend to keep! This is atrocious! Please do not call yourself a doglover! All your comments are laced with greed!
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By rashil mehta · 09 May 2015 5:13 pm
is breeding beagle advisable in india. i mean what is the demand of this breed
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By vaibhav malik · 16 May 2015 3:10 pm
Please suggest is there any documentation required to open a kennel or to keep 4 small breed dogs at home.As is there any issue to keep dogs at home or to make a kennel at home.
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