Why choose Red as your stud dog?
>Red is a very loyal and loving dog who has proven to be very versatile in his roles as a companion, gundog (both beating and picking up) and teaching dog. He is very fit and will work very hard during the shooting season but also knows when it’s time to switch off at home.
>Brilliant with children.
>He has great conformation and health tested with the following results:
Eyes: Unaffected by MRD, TRD, GPRA, CPRA, HC
DNA: Clear for HNPK, EIC, SD2, CNM and prcd-PRA
>He is from field trialling and working gundog lines who also made great pets.
>Previous offspring have proven to be very versatile making excellent working gundogs, family pets as well as assistance and teaching dogs.
>He has previously thrown fox red, yellow and black labrador puppies.
>If in the unfortunate circumstances your bitch does not take then a repeat mating is available for her very next season.
>You will be provided with a copy of his pedigree, health tests and a stud contract.
>If needed, I can provide you with advice on breeding, whelping and puppy care.
Thank you for taking your time to read about Red and please feel free to contact me with any further questions you may have.
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