We are pleased to offer our handsome lilac and tan French bulldog Hugo for stud we have his 5 generation pedigree his great grandfather is don choc.
He is in excellent health and condition, weighs 16kg and is 15 inches from feet to back and 16 inches from chest to tail.
He is raw fed, flead and wormed every month and vaccinations up to date.
He is a quad carrier pos cream (his dad carries cream) We have sent off for the testing kit to check for cream.
He has the best temperament has been brought up in our house with our children and 2 other dogs there isn't a bad bone in this dogs body he is just amazing, very playful and loyal. Any pups he produced would be top quality!
Hugo proven our female French bulldog is currently pregnant.
We can put you in touch with someone for progesterone tests these better the chances of success so we insist on having them done these come at an extra charge of £35 each the amount that needs doing depends on the dog.
If unable to tie naturally artificial insemination is included in the stud fee this will be for 2 AI's 48 hours apart or 2 ties. If your bitch misses we will do a free mate on next season.
Don't hesitate to contact me with any questions.
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