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Is there any problem my GSD playing with stray dog?

when i take chinu ( 1yr gsd) for walk ( i let him free in ground ) he is vry frndly with the local dogs (pariah dog/stray dog) and likes playing wid them ( 2-3 puppies are almost his age) is it ok if i let him mingle wid them , me worried about any infection passing over as they are not vacinated
By gautam sawant · 11 Nov 2010 10:52 pm


By Dinkar Singh · 13 Nov 2010 9:30 am
He is still young and wants to play. As long as all the vacinations are done its ok. The only problem can be skin infection and flees and ticks which he can get from the strays. Dont u have a fenced park or play area near you where u can open him and play with a ball or so. Otherwise walk him on a leash outside and open him inside ur house or terrace and exercise him there.
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By gautam sawant · 13 Nov 2010 10:12 am
Thanks Mr Dinkar ,
In our colony we have 2 type of ground one for small children to play and the other open play ground this is vry big .
i cant take him to the small garden as there are small children playing who r afraid of big dogs plus if he does potty there it will mess the place.
the other ground is big and open , vry nice for long runs ,but some stray dogs are staying there ,they are frndly with chinu but me afraid of infection and ticks .
my house is a 2 bhk flat with vitrified tiles i cant make him exercise at home as he slip on the floor
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By Dinkar Singh · 13 Nov 2010 10:16 am
What abt the roof of ur aprt. The children park may be you can use early morning or late in the evening. Walk him first so that he has relieved himself. If an accident does happen u can clean up, like they do in the west.

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