Let me introduce you to my sweet little male Yorkie Russell, his name is Milo. He is 1 year and 2 months old. Milo is a family dog. He's been with us since he was 12 weeks old.
Also, he is very friendly and loving brother to our little Pomeranian puppy, Oreo. He has a very good temperant as he is bright, happy and affectionate dog with a playful attitude. He loves to cuddle, play and share his toys.
Brown, White, Black, Grey coating colour
Up to Medium Hair length
He is very healthy. Vet checked recently.
Vaccinations are up to date
Wormed and flead every month
Health screenings will be done before mating.
Documents can be shown upon request, as a proof that my dog is in excellent physical condition.
Mom is a Jack Russell Terrier and Dad is a Yorkshire Terrier.
He is ready to mate on the 6th of July.
Price and Conditions:
£350 and a choice of litter
Puppy food, mattress and a toy for each puppy will be provided when the female dog has given birth.
A non refundable deposit of £250 to secure your date and time.
However, this is his first time as a stud. If you’re willing to try again that would be fine. But if the second try of mating failed again, guaranteed return of the full deposit.
Mating has to be done in your premises as I also have another male dog in our home.
I prefer to drop off and pick up Milo to your address.
The duration of my dog’s stay in your home can be discussed.
I will have to visit the female dog on each trimester and on the 4th and 8th week of the puppies.
A contract will be provided and signed by the owner of the stud and the customer. Both will have a copy of the signed contract.
Request for a dog viewing.
Only one person is allowed during the visitation.
Hand sanitizer, a face mask and gloves will be given before you enter our home.
Online viewing is available.
If you’re interested, contact me.
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