My Beautiful Boy Teddy is for stud!! He’s absolutely Gorgeous and has such a sweet temperament. Teddy is a proven Apricot stud!! He’s so gentle with the ladies and is not rough with them at all.
Teddy is a Apricot Miniature Poodle. He also has no health issues and is PRA CLEAR and is up to date with all he’s vacs worming and flea!
£250 is for 2 ties 24/48 hours apart your choice. Payment on first tie. Last minute booking available or you can book in advance.
For pictures of he’s pups please Emails me.
Call outs: £300 (for us to travel to you)
Call ins:£250 (for you to come to me)
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