Handsome athletic Labrador with friendly nature available for stud only “NOT FOR SALE”.
Bailey (registered on Kennel Club as New Forest Starling) is a fine example of the breed, fast, strong a big dog with slim appearance, happy to work all day or relax on the sofa with you.
Great as working dog or as family pet with a gentle nature to please.
Comes from great working family blood line, five generations of champions.
The father Brookbird Tom is an outstanding dog with Elbow and Hips 0/0 0/0. Clear from all the hereditary and genetic diseases.
Fertility test recently done. 100% fertile.
He is a very special dog. Please feel free to come and see him before any financial commitment.
All vaccinations are up to date and documentation available to view.
THIS IS NOT A ONE OFF MEETING as the agreement includes full support even if first mating has not been successful or it did not take place.
Stud contract provided.
Happy to travel within reasonable distance.
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