Fit and health family friendly guard dog with great temperament . Comes from a line a champion show dogs however lost documents when moving. We in are in process of finding the breeder we used as lost contact over the years.
Will prefer to do AI ( Artificial insemination) as it’s safer and cleaner for both dogs plus he’s not proven so will be more effective doing it this way. Also this way allows us to meet halfway as will need a vet to do the procedure which is risk free for both dogs. This will cost £500 which covers the price of the vet session .
If not want to do AI It’ll be his first time so will only be £200 for now until He’s proven.
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