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How many dogs can each family have?
Some families in Australia keep two or three dogs. If you are prepared to increase the number of dogs gradually, you will be permitted to have up to two or three.
What is the average lifespan of an Australian Labradoodle?
Larger dogs generally live for 13 to 15 years, while smaller dogs tend to live for 15 to 20 years. The larger the dog, the shorter their lifespan. As there are no records of Australian Labradoodles being kept in Japan, there is no specific data available. It is fair to assume, however, that the average lifespan will be around 15 years.
We are thinking of having a female dog. Are there any major differences from male dogs?
There are no major differences in terms of temperament. Female dogs do tend to be easier to toilet train however.
Will being apart from their family for two months, to give birth to and nurture puppies, have any detrimental effect on our dog?
Although your dog may feel homesick for the first couple of days away from their family, they will have other dogs to interact with here at Nichii Green Farm and are generally too busy giving birth and looking after their puppies to feel too homesick. Also, dogs do not forget their owners in the space of just two months, so there is no need to worry.
Can we take our dog to training classes and activities organized by other associations?
That is fine. You will learn about diet, discipline and treats during your family get-together sessions, but you are free to attend additional training classes and activities organized by other associations.
Is it possible to keep a standard sized dog in a home with no garden?
That is fine. Although standard dogs are larger, they aren't as lively as smaller sized dogs. They tend to be calmer and are perfectly happy indoors.
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