My addorable Jaxson Is Up For Stud
Colour: Pure Black with no markings
Pure pedigree (Not mixed breed!)
Available for stud only NOT FOR SALE.
Here i have recent photo's of Jaxson on one of his daily walks, also i have included Photo's of Jaxson's Mother after she gave birth to her pups. I have photo's of his father if you may wish to request.
All health checks, Injections worming and flea treatment has be given.
I am very confident that Jaxson will be a great choice for breeding with your dog because he is healthy and well looked after dog, He has a soft and gentle personality thats also great around young or middle aged children.
Please feel free to contact me, and i will be more then welcome to discuss any other information you may require
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