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✨ Meet Mr Brown✨
My beautiful boy is Chocolate and Tan carrying Blue. He throws lilac pups when mated with the right bitch.
He is health checked and UK Kennel Club Registered.
He is very well socialised with other dogs and is very friendly and gentle. He is our much loved pet and lives in our home.
His parents are Russian imports and I have proof he is from champion bloodlines with a five generation certificate.
£450 is for 2 matings with NON reg Poms/pom x and £700 with kc registered dams and if your girl misses you will get 1 return for free on proof of no pups providing she has been progesterone tested.
Give me a call as soon as your girl has started her season to arrange matings.
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