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Looking for one of the best dog dealers in bangalore? Your search is over ! We are considered one of top dog sellers in bangalore because we are committed to producing the finest dogs for show and companionship in India.Confused which dogs to buy in bangalore?

Apart from raising numerous Champions and Best in Show winners for more than 6 years now, and with this going on with energy for flawlessness, we are striving to get better and better.

We mainly take care of three things :

1) Temperament
2) Quality
3) Brains

In a home situation, we bring up little dogs with children and give them the chance of social interactions, including interaction within the family, not just in the backyard which helps to shape their personality in a correct way.At that point required, along with a lot of understanding and thinking about the culmination of an effective pet, is a cherished, reliable owner.

Most of our dogs have a great temperament. If you're still in doubt, you're free to see our puppies face to face and see their incredible characteristics, personality, ability to work and please with your own eyes.

As of now we have placed more than 350 little babies, we make sure to keep in touch with all our clients after the pups are placed.

We also board your little ones when you are away, Homestay for pets.

You aren't from Bangalore? not to worry,we deliver the pups across the country.

Dog Breeds we sell :
1) Golden Retreiver
2) Labrador
3) Shih-tzu
4) Beagle
5) Cocker Spaniel
6) Lhasa Apso
7) German Shepherd
8) Doberman
9) Rottweiler
10) American Bully
11) Teacup Pomerian
12) Akita
13) Pitbull
14) Saint Bernard
15) Chow Chow
16) Samoyed
17) British Bulldog
18) English Mastiff
19) Pug
20) Pomeranian
21) Great Dane

(Note: We donot take the pup back or refund for any of your personal reasons.)

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Various Dog Breeds

We deal with as many as 40 different high pedigree dog breeds which includes foreign aswell as Indian dog breeds like Rajapalayam,Chippiparai and many more.

Dog Boarding

Give your furry ball the best dog boarding in Bangalore facility in order to relish a stress free and soothing vacation.We believe in providing home environment to the pups.

Various Payment Method

We understand that not all the payment modes will be convinient to everybody therefore We accept various payment methods like google pay, Bank Transfer, Cash and more.

We Deliver Home

Certain locations aren't convinient to everyone so upon your request one of our team members will make sure that your new furry friend reaches your home safely ASAP.

Quick Support

Support after placing the pup, Specially for the first time pet owners. Our job doesn't get over after selling the pup but we make sure that all our clients queiries are answered promptly and in a timely manner.

Schedules and techniques

The first 6 months of your pup is very important because during that stage your pup grows at a rapid pace which makes it necessary to feed your pooch a healthy and nutritious diet.We help you with the food schedules, Appropriate diet, Puppy stage potty training.

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  • Images of Shih Tzu Puppies - MyLilPaw

    Images of Shih Tzu Puppies - MyLilPaw

    There are a few good reasons for the popularity of this little dog breed. Shih Tzus can be one of the cutest dogs around for first-time dog owners as they have soft fur & sweetest expressions. Another reason that makes Shih Tzus very lovable is their awesome personality which makes them one of the best small breeds for families. So if you are looking to own one, don't hesitate to check out our images of Shih Tzu puppies that we have successfully placed in good homes so far.









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  • 22 Dogs For The First Time Owners in India - MyLilPaw

    22 Dogs For The First Time Owners in India - MyLilPaw

    So are you interested in becoming a dog parent? Choosing your first pooch from the list of dogs you have created can be extremely difficult.  Before selecting any breed you will have to take into consideration some of the factors such as your lifestyle & environment.  You need to know that not all dogs are suitable for first-time owners as some will be harder to train & will need experienced owners while some of them will easily adjust to their new owners. Some of them will only require a small space while some will thrive in large homes. 

    There are many things you need to consider but don't worry as in this article we are listing down the top 10 dogs for first-time owners in India which will make your job much easier. So without further adieu, let's get started.

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    1) Golden Retriever

    golden retreiver

    People like Golden Retriever for a reason. These dogs are extremely even-tempered, intelligent & affectionate. They are playful, gentle with children & can get along easily with others pets & strangers. One of the reasons why these dogs excel in obedience training & as service dogs are their eagerness to please. People also use them for hunting ducks & retrieving games. 

    Due to its friendly nature, a Golden Retriever lacks guarding instincts & will rarely bark. Don't make a mistake by counting them as a good guard dogs but some of them will bark & let you know when a stranger approaches.

    Also Read: Hypoallergenic dogs in India

    2) Pug

    pug

    Pugs are not as lively socialites as some of the other toy breeds are. They have a serious character with a dry sense of humor & are known as "Motto" which means a lot in little. Pugs can be laid back & stubborn at times but normally like to please. They seldomly bark and are not well known for digging and chewing. Pugs tend to get along well with other pets & children as they like people's company & are affectionate making them good companion dogs. 

    3) Indian Pariah

    Indian Pariah

    Indian pariah is an extremely playful, friendly & protective dog. They are known to bond closely with their family members & are extremely protective of them. Indian Pariah is also extremely playful & loving towards the family they know & enjoy accompanying them. These dogs have all the qualities you could ask for.

    4) German Shepherd

    German Shepherd

    German Shepherds will get along well with other pets & children if raised with them but they can be wary of strangers as they were bred to guard & herd. They are extremely smart & easily trainable but will require a vigorous amount of exercise to keep them physically & mentally stimulated. Fear & nervousness are not uncommon in poorly bred German Shepherd dogs. Also, note that socializing and training them improperly can lead to over-guarding & aggressive behavior.

    5) Labrador Retriever

    Labrador Retriever

    Labrador retrievers are excellent family dogs as long as they are properly exercised and trained. They were bred to work hard & hence they love to do jobs, especially retrieving. Labs tend to get along well with other dogs, children & pets if provided with proper training to turn down their natural exuberance.

    Make sure that you provide them with some basic obedience training as they are strong and are known to drag their owners at will.  Also, note that labradors who are not exercised well or are left alone can turn out to be extremely destructive - barking, chewing & digging in excess.

    6) Cocker Spaniel

    cocker spaniel

    Cocker spaniels are affectionate, easy-going, gentle, lively & tend to get along well with children. A Cocker Spaniel has a non-aggressive nature which means that they can't be considered good watchdogs. There was a time when cocker spaniels became so popular that people started overbreeding them leading to dogs with various health problems. 

    People have mixed opinions about cocker spaniel when it comes to housebreaking & obedience training. Some say that they are average when it comes to training, some say they are very obedient and some say that they can be stubborn at times particularly when it comes to housebreaking. 

    7) Dachshund

    Dachshund

    Dachshunds might be smaller in size but have courageous nature & are known to take on animals larger than themselves. Some are also known to be aggressive towards other pets and strangers. They are loyal companions & good watchdogs & can get along well with children if treated well. 

    Owners of this dog breed say that they have observed differences in personality among the different varieties of this breed. For e.g: the long-coated variety is calmer compared to the short-coated one & the wire-coat variety is known to be more outgoing & clown-like. They were bred to be a hunter so it should not come as a surprise that they like to bark & dig. According to a survey, they also ranked high in destructiveness.

    8) Shih Tzu

    shih tzu

    Shih Tzus are well known across the globe for their lively, friendly, perky nature & happy temperament. They tend to get along well with people of all ages, with other dogs & pets of different species. Snappy Shih Tzus are very rare as most of them are extremely sweet-natured. Due to their short muzzle, they aren't big chewers but some are known to be indulged in digging & nuisance barking. They love being around people, whether it's taking a regular walk through the park or sitting on your lap.

    9) Chihuahuas

    chihuahua

    Chihuahuas make excellent family companions as they like to seek attention & stay loyal to their owners. They like to remain active & occupied although people consider them to be lapdogs. A chihuahua can make a great family pet if treated with respect but some of them do have a reputation of snapping at strangers or children whom they find to be threatening. 

    10) Yorkshire Terrier

    Yorkshire Terrier

    A Yorkshire Terrier has a personality that is extremely energetic, feisty, & domineering. Yorkies are generally affectionate and attention-seeking breed good for people especially those who want to dote on a dog. They are considered to be excellent watchdogs but can snap at other children if not treated gently & respectfully. Some are also known to be aggressive towards other smaller animals but can live peacefully with other cats & dogs if raised with them.

    A Yorkshire Terrier can be an excessive barker but it is possible to train them not to do so. Some are also known to be stubborn to house training. 

    11) Boxer

    boxer

    A boxer is a high-energy, playful & extremely intelligent dog who likes to stay busy. They like their owner's company & tend to be loyal fiercely guarding, protecting them from strangers. Some Boxers can bark excessively but that too for a good reason. Some of them can be vocal & make growling noises but that is just the way of their talking. 

    12) Greyhound

    Greyhound

    The greyhound has a disposition that is quiet & gentle. As greyhounds were bred to run & hunt in groups, they are almost non-aggressive toward other dogs. They might not be suitable for homes with small pets such as rabbits and cats as they have a strong prey drive. 

    Greyhounds have a very tolerant nature hence will prefer to walk away if annoyed rather than snapping or growling. They will spend most of their time sleeping despite having a great athletic abilities. A Greyhound is known to have less endurance & requires less exercise as compared to other dogs.

    13) Pomeranian

    pomeranian

    Pomeranians are generally friendly, perky little dogs who don't seem to realize their small stature & will try to tackle large breeds or at least try to threaten them verbally. They need daily exercise even if it's taking them out for a walk around the block. Pomeranians are known to be quite intelligent excelling in obedience competitions. As they grow old they tend to turn more into lapdogs. 

    Pomeranians are generally good alert watchdogs known to bark excessively sometimes. Yes, they are good with children but children need to be cautious as they are not sturdy as other larger breeds.

    14) Poodle

    Poodle

    Poodles are known for their intelligence, ease of training, lively, active, fun-loving & protective nature. A poodle will thrive on attention & can develop bad habits such as excessive & nuisance barking if left alone. A smaller version of the poodle tends to be aggressive towards people & dogs outside their family. Remember that poodles were originally bred for hunting in an elegant attire & therefore requires exercise and training to be at their best as companion dogs.

    15) Papillon

    Papillon

    Papillons are generally happy & outgoing dogs who like to sit on their owner's lap & run all around the house. They are not considered high strung, fearful or nervous & tend to bark less despite being lively and energetic. Generally, papillons will love to socialize with other dogs or cats. They won't hesitate a bit in engaging themselves with the larger prey but the owners should remain cautious as larger animals might start treating them as prey. 

    Papillons enjoy the company of children but youngsters must be careful not to rough play with these lively tiny dogs. These dogs generally do well in obedience competition due to their alertness, intelligence & desire to please their owners. They are also known to excel in the fields of tracking, agility & as therapy dogs.

    16) Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

    cavalier king charles spaniel

    The Cavalier King Charles spaniels are generally extremely affectionate, playful & intelligent dogs with an endearing devotion. Fortunately, this breed is free of shyness & aggression. They are happy with children & make a great household companion due to their desire to please and interact with their guardians. 

    17) Shetland sheepdog

    shetland sheedog

    Shetland sheepdogs are well known for their sweet, gentle, pleasing, playful & affectionate personality which has made them popular as a family pet. The combination of their pleasing nature & intelligence makes them excel at obedience training. Shelties generally make good watchdogs as they are wary of strangers & will greet them with lots of barking. Remember that they also tend to bark due to excitement. Although not aggressive, some might nip at people they are unfamiliar with whether children or adults. Others may be timid of strangers.

    18) Havanese

    havanese

    Havanese are happy & affectionate dogs but do not do well in a kennel as they generally like accompanying their owners. They are active and enjoy learning new tricks & playing games along with their owners. Havanese are intelligent and easily trainable but make sure that you socialize them to prevent them from becoming timid towards the stranger.

    19) Bichon Frise

    bichon frise

    The bichon frise is considered to be an allrounder with playful & gentle nature who gets along very well with other pets. In one survey they ranked high snapping at kids & in the same survey they found them easy to housebreak & train but some owners disagree with this.

    20 ) Maltese

    maltese

    The Maltese are generally playful, lively, a vigorous dog with gentle, responsive & trusting nature who enjoys learning new tricks. They can sometimes snap at children trying to handle or play with them roughly. This is a fearless & highly alert breed that will let out a flurry of barking in response to unfamiliar noises.

    21) Boston Terrier

    boston terrier

    Boston terrier can be a perfect choice for people looking out for a good-natured, playful & cheerful companion. They are generally good with other dogs and cats they are raised with. Bostons are a bit more tolerant of children as compared to other small breeds due to their sturdy build. Bostons will love romping with kids if treated well. Most of the Bostons will bury their bone under their pillow or flowerbed but the game they enjoy the most is "fetching".

    22) Beagles

    beagle

    People across the globe consider beagles to be good with other children & pets. These dogs are cheerful and are always seeking out attention. They prefer the company of their owner hence may start howling or be destructive if left alone. According to one guide, beagles tops the list of excessive barkers & sometimes it can be quite difficult to obedience train & housebreak them.

    Conclusion:

    There are a few other brilliant breeds such as Dalmatian, Lhasa apso but the list above is created for absolute novice owners. Hope this gives you an idea & helps you out to select the best one based on your need, expectation, budget & lifestyle.

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  • Images of Golden Retriever Puppies - MyLilPaw

    Images of Golden Retriever Puppies - MyLilPaw

    There is a reason for the popularity of a golden retriever. They have everything in them you could ask for whether it's friendliness, happiness, loyalty, or intelligence. Golden retrievers can make anybody laugh & seldomly make anyone angry. 

    Golden retrievers are inexplicably happy & friendly with everyone they meet, whether they are their owners or passerby on the street. So if you looking to own one, check out the images of golden retriever puppies we have successfully placed in good families so far:




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  • 10 Rare & Beautiful Dogs Without Hair - MyLilPaw

    10 Rare & Beautiful Dogs Without Hair - MyLilPaw

    Dogs are available in various shapes & sizes with different coat colors. Some of them have short hair while some have long but were you aware of the fact that there are only a handful with no hair? In fact, there are only ten hairless dog breeds across the entire globe. While some of them are completely hairless, others at least have a bit of hair in some of the areas on their body. In this article, we have listed 10 rare & beautiful dog breeds with no hair. So without further adieu, let's get started.

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    1) Jonangi

    jonangi

    Jonangi is the only hairless dog still in existence originating from India. They are found in the state of Andhra Pradesh are extremely skillful & multipurpose. Jonangis are not only formidable hunters but they also excel at hunting ducks. Unfortunately, there has been a decline in duck farming in India, leaving many of them abandoned & jobless.

    Breed Overview
    Height:18 to 22 inches
    Weight:20 to 39 Kg

    2) Bolivian hairless dog

    Bolivian hairless dog

    This dog which is also known as hairless Kala is an extremely rare hairless dog breed originating from Bolivia. They are available in two varieties 1) Bacala Madeo 2) Kala grande. Bacala Madeo's variety is small & stubby on the other hand Kala grande is the larger sighthound. You will be hardly able to find them even on the South American Continent.

    Breed Overview
    Height:20 to 26 inches
    Weight:4 to 25 Kg

    3) Abyssinian Sand Terrier

    Abyssinian Sand Terrier

    This is an ancient & rare hairless terrier originating from Africa which isn't well known on an international level. While you can find some of them to be completely hairless, some will have hairs on the top of their head & tips of their tail. One of the physical traits of Abyssinians that makes them unique is their bat-like ears. Usually available in gray color with patches of pink throughout their entire body. Abyssinian's are also known to have athletic & slim bodies. 

    Breed Overview
    Height:15 to 20 inches
    Weight:9 to 18 Kg

    4) Chihuahua

    Chihuahua

    A hairless chihuahua is extremely rare as people did not breed them to be hairless. In fact, it's a genetic defect that is less common with other hairless canines. You will be an extremely lucky person if you ever get a chance to meet or keep a hairless chihuahua.

    Breed Overview
    Height:6 to 9 inches
    Weight:2 to 3 Kg

    5) Argentine pila dog

    Argentine pila dog

    This breed is similar to hairless Kala in terms of both looks & personality. Argentine pila dog is an excellent companion dog available in three size variations ranging from 10 inches to 18 inches. Their build resembles a miniature pinscher with a shorter back & a curly elevated tail.

    Breed Overview
    Height:10 to 22 inches
    Weight:4 to 25 Kg

    6) Ecuadorian hairless dog

    Ecuadorian hairless dog

    This dog breed originates from the Santa Elena peninsula in Ecuador. Today people consider them to be rarest amongst all. They can be as tall as 18 inches with extremely little hair, in fact, you can see a small amount of fur on the top of their head. People believe this dog to be the descendant of the Peruvian hairless dog.

    Breed Overview
    Height:15 to 18 inches
    Weight:8 to 11 Kg

    7) Chinese crested

    Chinese crested

    To be honest, this dog breed has more hair compared to others on this list. One can usually find hairs on their head & their feet. The fur variation is known as "Powderpuff" which is the result of a recessive gene. This means that one can find both the varieties, hairless & "powderpuff" in the same litter. They can develop the same skin problems we experience due to their sensitive skin. 

    Breed Overview
    Height:11 to 13 inches
    Weight:2 to 5 Kg

    8) Peruvian Inca orchid

    This is an FCI-recognized dog breed that originates from Peru. Similar to Chilewich quaintly, this dog is available in three varieties & a coded version as well. They aren't completely without hair despite being labeled as hairless. They are famous for their Mohawk hairstyle plus one can find hair on their tails too. Peruvian Inca Orchid has skin that is delicate & sensitive. In addition, their skin comes in a solid color with spots which really depends on the dog. 

    Breed Overview
    Height:9 to 26 inches
    Weight:4 to 25 Kg

    9) Xoloitzcuintli

    Xoloitzcuintli, which is also famously known as the Mexican hairless dog is an AKC recognized hairless dog breed. In fact, they are also part of the non-sporting dog group. There are various others having an interesting & long history dating back to 3000 years ago. People of Ancient Aztecs used them as a companion & guard. Like any other hairless breed, Xolos are also available in coded variation but the hairless variety is much more popular & iconic.

    Breed Overview
    Height:10 to 14 inches
    Weight:4 to 23 Kg

    10) American hairless terrier

    American hairless terrier

    This is one of the few AKC recognized hairless dog developed in the state of Louisiana in the '70s. They were bred especially for the people who were sensitive to allergies. American hairless terrier are similar to rat terriers but hairless, as a matter of fact, they are the natural variation of the rat terrier. Breeding of an American hairless terrier took place only once a hairless rat terrier was born into a litter in Louisiana.

    Breed Overview
    Height:10 to 18 inches
    Weight:3 to 6 Kg

    Conclusion:

    So that was the list of our top 10 hairless dog. Let us know, which hairless breed you liked the most by commenting below. Also, don't forget to share & to turn on the notifications so that you are the first one to know whenever we publish a new article.

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  • Information About Xoloitzcuintli ( A Mexican Hairless Dog)

    Information About Xoloitzcuintli ( A Mexican Hairless Dog)

    Xoloitzcuintli, also known as Mexican hairless dog or simply "Xolo" are known for their alert, loyal and sporty nature. This ancient breed is believed to be in existence for 3000 years & is available in three sizes. Some of them might not be even as hairless after all.


    Mexican hairless dog

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    History of Mexican hairless dog:

    People believe Xoloitzcuintli to be a natural breed, unlike other dogs who were the result of crossing or mixing between two breeds. This dog was molded by natural selection & does not include any human manipulation. According to evidence shown by an archaeological department, their ancestors used to accompany migratory people across the Bering landmass which is now submerged from Asia to the new world. The modern dog we currently know as "Xoloitzcuintli" derive their name from the Aztec deity Xolotl, who is the god of lightning and death, and “itzcuintli" which is an Aztec word for a dog.

    This dog is said to have healing powers that can cure diseases like insomnia, asthma & rheumatism and were used to scare away evil spirits and intruders. They also served as guides for the dead as they transited from this world to the next. Unfortunately, they had to sacrifice their life to accompany the dead & most unfortunate of them all people considered them to be good eats. 

    Nonetheless, they thrived in 1887, going through a phase of popularity. American Kennel Club was the first to recognize this breed & refer to them as Mexican hairless. A Mexican dog named "Mee Too" was the first Xolo dog registered with the AKC. After this initial flurry of interest, very little was heard about this breed, except for a brief period in the year 1940 where a dog named "Chinito Jr" became the first and the only Xolo to win an AKC championship.

    This strong breed would have disappeared altogether if its fans would not have saved them from the brink of extinction. People of Mexico titled them as the dog of the year in 2010 and currently consider them to be their national treasure. Currently, about 30,000 of them are known to be in existence worldwide. This breed was brought back into the fold in the year 2011 by the American Kennel Club & is currently residing at the intersection of popularity & rarity. 

    Description:

    This loving, vigilant, and alert watchdog comes in three sizes that are toy ( 10-14 inches), Miniature ( 14-18 inches), standard (18 to 23 inches) tall & two varieties that are hairless & coated. This breed can weigh anywhere between 10 to 50 pounds. The hairless type has skin that is smooth, tough & close-fitted & the coated variety is covered by a flat, short coat. Both the varieties are available in dark colors like red, liver, bronze, black, grey-black & slate. They have intelligent, thoughtful faces & a forehead which will wrinkle when they are deeply in thought. Their body is surprisingly graceful, elegant, strong & rugged. They are better suited for warmer climates as they are hairless and will need a coat to go outside, particularly during cold weather.

    Temperament:

    These dogs are even-tempered, intelligent, playful, affectionate with a high prey drive & tend to chase smaller animals like squirrels and rabbits. They are known to be protective & will bark at intruders. Some of them are also known to tremble easily due to nervousness or lack of warmth. They might not do well with children who want to play rough & tumble due to their small size, especially the miniature variety. 

    Health:

    Typically a healthy breed with a lifespan of 13-18 years with no serious genetic diseases. In rare cases, Xoloitzcuintli can also develop eye problems, hip dysplasia & luxating patella. It's hard to determine the incidence of health problems as very few of them have been tested & registered with the orthopedic foundation of America.


    Sometimes they are also known to develop skin allergies & problems like blackheads & plugged hair follicles if the skin gets wet or too dirty. They are also prone to chronic allergies resulting in itching & scratching, causing the tearing of the skin, which can lead to bacterial infections. Also, note that Xolos are prone to major dental diseases. Their genes responsible for their hairlessness can also cause missing or bad teeth. 

    Xoloitzcuintli dog price in India:

    Unfortunately, they are not cheap. You might have to pay anywhere between 42000 to 2,10,000 INR depending on the breeder. Their average cost is around 1,05,000, but you can adopt one at a much lower price by spending around 21,000 to cover the expenses of caring before the adoption.

    Expenses:

    You might need to pay more than the price you paid to bring them home, including food, medical care, training & grooming needs.

    Grooming:

    The grooming needs will depend on the variety you get, with hair or without. Coated one will need occasional brushings & baths when they start smelling to get rid of dirt, oil, and debris. In general, you can bathe them every week or once in 4 weeks. Remember that the hairless variety will need more attention as they are prone to blackheads and acne.

    Are they an ideal choice for you?

    This breed is affectionate with its family members but tends to be aloof of strangers. They are highly active and bond closely with a single member, snuggling with them to stay warm. They can jump over a 6-foot fence with extreme ease, so make sure that your yard is escape-proof. This breed is not recommended for first-timers as they can easily manipulate inexperienced dog owners. Also, keep in mind that they don't like to be left alone, so take them with you whenever you can.

    Training & intelligence:

    Same as other dogs, they will need a trainer who can be consistent and follow positive reinforcement. They are adept learners with the capability of grasping cues with ease & learning new tricks. Maintaining consistency is the key, as this breed can be headstrong at times. 

    Conclusion:

    Mexican & Central American culture has given us many glorious things, and this breed is no exception. They have simple needs and a few demands, which has helped them to earn their status as cultural icons.

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