Rajdhani kennel club

Rajdhani kennel club Mahankal, Boudha

This is completely dedicated kennel club in Nepal actively participating since 2005 in Kathamandu Valley with door to door service including every kind of assistance to take care of your pet with no more difficulties on your own. Remember us for any of trouble some circumstance you face with your pet at any where in Kathmandu Valley with full of expectations..

Mission: To do the vaccination and treatment of Dog on your home, To invite your bitch for mating, To selling pure breeds and To provide accessories of dog at home delivery too.

Pet Care CenterSmart and easily trained, the ever-popular German shepherd is quite active and likes to have something to...
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Smart and easily trained, the ever-popular German shepherd is quite active and likes to have something to do. Therefore, they need ample daily exercise daily; otherwise, they become mischievous or high-strung.

German Shepherd At a glance
The German Shephard Dog Breed

Weight Range:

Male: 75-95 lbs.
Female: 75-95 lbs.

Height at Withers:

Male: 25 in.
Female: 23 in.

Upright ears (naturally)

Exercise Requirements: >40 minutes/day
Energy Level: Average
Longevity Range: 10-12 yrs.
Tendency to Drool: Low Tendency to Snore: Low
Tendency to Bark: Low
Tendency to Dig: Low Social/Attention Needs: Moderate

Bred For:
Herding, Guard dog

Length: Medium
Characteristics: Double coat
Colors: Most colors, other than white, are permissible
Overall Grooming Needs: Moderate

Club Recognition:
AKC Classification: Herding
UKC Classification: Herding Dog

To prevent over-guarding and aggressive behavior, German shepherd dogs should have socialization and obedience training at a young age.

German shepherd dogs reach a maximum of about 25 inches in height, and they weigh up to about 95 pounds (41 kilograms).

He is a well-proportioned dog. The head is broad and tapers handsomely to a sharp muzzle. The ears are rather large and stand erect. The back is level and muscular, and the tail is bushy and curves downward. The coat is thick and rough and may be black, tan, black and tan or gray. The coat should be harsh and of medium length; however, long-coated individuals occur often.

The breed lives about 10-12 years.

German shepherd dogs get along well with children and other pets if raised with them, but in keeping with their guarding instincts, they tend to be leery of strangers.

The breed is considered to be smart and easy to train.

Some poorly bred German shepherd dogs can be high-strung and nervous. Coupled with poor socialization and inadequate training, over guarding and aggressive behavior are risks.

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Because German shepherd dogs are large and powerful and have strong guarding instincts, great care should be taken to purchase German shepherds from reputable breeders. Poorly bred dogs are more likely to be nervous.

To prevent over guarding and aggressive behavior, German shepherd dogs should be carefully socialized from a young age and be obedience trained. They should be with the family and continually exposed under supervision to people and other pets around the neighborhood; they should not be confined to a kennel or backyard either alone or with other dogs.

German shepherd dogs are active and like to have something to do. They need ample exercise daily; otherwise, they can get into mischief or become high-strung.

The dog sheds heavily about twice yearly, and the rest of the time sheds a lesser amount continually. To control shedding and keep the coat nice, brush at least a few times a week.

German shepherd dogs are, as their name implies, a breed that originated in Germany. They were developed beginning in the late 1800s by crossing various herding breeds. The breed was subjected to stringent selection and it progressed quickly. In the United Kingdom, the dogs are known as Alsatians because fanciers of the breed there wanted to protect the dog from anti-German sentiments after World War I.

German shepherd dogs were introduced in the United States by soldiers returning home from World War I. The breed caught the public eye because of movie stars Strongheart and later, Rin Tin Tin. By World War II German shepherd dogs were the military breed of choice. The first guide dogs were German shepherd dogs. Today, they are one of the most popular dogs in America. In 1999, German shepherd dogs were third on the American Kennel Club's list of the Top 50 Breeds.

The German shepherd dog is a herding breed known for its courage, loyalty and guarding instincts. This breed makes an excellent guard dog, police dog, military dog, guide dog for the blind and search and rescue dog. For many families, the German shepherd is also a treasured family pet.

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what you can give to the dog to eat.

I think we are all guilty of feeding human food to our dogs and it's easy to see why. We treat our furry little friends like members of our family, so we often forget that the food we are eating isn't necessarily good for their sensitive digestive systems. Before you reach under the table to feed Fido your dinner, read this list of what is safe?

What's safe
Most healthy foods that are good for us are relatively good for dogs. However, it's important to research what you can feed your pup before you do it. What started out as something healthy for a dog (like ground beef or grilled chicken) can instantly be made poisonous with the addition of certain oils, wines or onions. If you can't say no to that adorable face staring up at you from the floor as you eat, check out these human foods deemed safe by the ASPCA and Modern Dog magazine.

1) Peanut butter :-This is a great source of added protein and fiber for your pup and a tablespoon on their dry food is a surefire way to get them to eat it!

2) Yogurt.:-This provides a great source of protein for dogs (especially Greek yogurt). Make sure to avoid the brands high in sugar and preservatives.

3) Lean proteins (like chicken, turkey and beef).:- Most of these meats are found in your pet's dry and wet foods anyway and are filled with healthy fats and proteins dogs need to maintain a healthy weight and energy level. Just be sure to feed them lean proteins that have not been cooked with strange vegetables, oils or wines.

4) Salmon. :-The omega-3 fatty acids are good for your dog's coat and skin health, and provide him with a healthy source of protein.

5) Pumpkin and sweet potatoes.:- Pumpkins and sweet potatoes are a great source of beta carotene and vitamin A and help keep your pup's digestive system on track.

6) Rice and pasta.:- Plain or whole wheat pastas are a good source of energy for your dog. Just avoid feeding them fatty or acidic sauces.

7) Apples.:- This dog favorite is a great healthy snack and is a great sources of vitamins A and C!

8) Peas and green beans.:- Peas and green beans are a great way to infuse your pup's food with healthy, low-calorie nutrients. Peas provide extra potassium and the green beans are great sources of vitamins C and K.

Of course, these aren't the only human foods dogs can stomach, just the healthiest for them! Just be sure to look it up before you toss it to your pet!

by Claire Gallam

Rajdhani kennel club

You should have to know while giving food to your dog

I think we are all guilty of feeding human food to our dogs and it's easy to see why. We treat our furry little friends like members of our family, so we often forget that the food we are eating isn't necessarily good for their sensitive digestive systems. Before you reach under the table to feed Fido your dinner, read this list of what isn't and just how much is OK!

What's not safe
Unless you live under a rock, you know that chocolate and cocoa are completely off limits. However, that's not the only favorite snack of yours that could poison your dog. Other everyday items, like onions and grapes could also really sicken, or kill, your best friend. Check out this list of the most poisonous foods, provided by Web MD for pets, for dogs and be sure you keep them far away from your pup's curious snout! These poisonous foods are bad for all dogs, but are even more extreme for smaller breeds, like shih tzus, Yorkies, chihuahuas and tea cup breeds.

1)Chocolate and cocoa.:- The reason behind the toxicity in this sweet treat lies in the theobromine, or toxic agent. Just one bite can cause a dog to vomit or have diarrhea. It can also cause abnormal heart rhythm, tremors, seizures and death.

2)Grapes. :-These popular fruits need to kept away from your pup, especially if your dog is older or sick. Something in the grapes is known to cause kidney disease in most breeds.

3)Avocados. :- This healthy fruit contains persin, which is known to give dogs vomiting and diarrhea.

4) Onions and garlic.:- These flavor enhancers need to be kept far away from your dog. Large volumes of these vegetables and herbs can cause gastrointestinal irritation and red blood cell damage, which can lead to anemia.

5) Alcohol.:- Feeding your pet beer or wine isn't funny, it could be deadly. Just a drop can lead to vomiting, diarrhea, central nervous system depression, difficulty breathing and even death. The effects are even worse in smaller breeds.

6) Milk and dairy products.:- Just one slice of cheese won't kill your pet, but excessive dairy will likely negatively disrupt their digestive system, since dogs don't have as much of the lactose breaking enzyme that humans do.

7) Coffee. :- Just a sip of coffee or caffeine can lead to restlessness, heart palpitations and bleeding, while a large dosage can be fatal.

8) Gum. :- Xylitol, or the sweetener found in gum and candy, can lead to liver failure and hypoglycemia. In addition, a dog's digestive system cannot break down gum the way humans do and the sticky substance can block up their system, which can quickly lead to death.

View human food as a treat to your pet, not as something you give them in place of their own dog food. Although the foods listed in the healthy category are good for pets, too much can upset their digestion or make it harder for them to eat their own food. A few pieces of chicken or salmon can be a great incentive if your pup is behaving or does a trick.

by Claire Gallam


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