Top Class Samsir Rogue at stud in Devon proven many times and a real gentleman, he brings with him a rose and a tux.
Simba is a proper cocker. He is small, fast, compact, biddable and kind. He loves to retrieve anything and he is never ever at all noisy, not even a whimper so would suit Gundog as well as pet / sports / working / agility future lines.
Simba is very proven never missing a litter to date and very good with maiden bitches, he also has had healthy and happy pups with a bouncy nature. He has thrown gold, lemon, chocolate as well as black to the right colours and also many have had white stripes up their faces and are extremely good looking.
Simba is health tested and has all clear health including his BVA hips, dna and an eye certificate. He is clear in all of his DNA that we have tested to date.
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