Hi I'm so proud to say I am studding my boy English bulldog Freddy.
He is lovely dog full kc registered lilac tri colour (atat dd bb kyky) so will pass copy of blue, chocolate and tan to every pup.
Big chunky with a large head, flat face, big rope. When you see him you will not be disappointed. He is from a good family home with children. He is
clear and can be prove it
proven stud with happy customers.
We are offering 2 artificial Insemination 24-48hrs apart.
A guarantee free mate if your girl misses.
Stud fee is to be paid upon arrival of first mating.
Ask about our DOOR to DOOR Service (available to those that don't want to travel)
***Fresh, frozen, chilled semen is available and to ship worldwide.
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One of the most popular breeds, the English Bulldogs, also called British Bulldogs, are appealing canine companions to own. Their menacing looks are a direct opposite of their winsome personality, which adds more to their charm.