This is our Beautiful boy Max, At 1 Year and 8 months he is an outstanding example of the Rottweiler breed.
Max has beautiful, shiny coat, that is cared for regularly by our groomer, he has pearly white teeth and a beautiful face, He still has that ‘puppy look’ on his face and he’s unbelievably cute, he is of a very large build just like his father boasting nearly 10.5 stone in weight and has a good set of legs on him making him a very tall boy, his muscle tone is outstanding for his age and we often get compliments when walking him of what a big boy he is and he always surprises people when they hear what age he is.
Max is a loving family dog, brought up around young children, a cat and guinea pigs, he is an excellent example of the saying it’s how you raise the dog, a loving caring big softie he will not hesitate to kiss you all over and cuddle up to you, He is brilliant with other doggies too! He’s a very inquisitive bouncy boy when it comes to other dogs and is always looking to play.
Max is fully fit and well exercised, He is fully up to date with vaccines, fleeing and worming, He has no dental or health problems and hasn’t had any to date, He is fully fighting fit. There is no history of conditions from his parents, His Dad was KC registered, where as his Mum wasn’t.
We are now looking to stud max, We are fully confident that paired with the right female he will produce stunning pups, We do ask people bare in mind that our boy has never done this before but we are confident he will know what he’s doing. We are asking for a low stud fee for the reason mentioned it being his first time.
Our process will be as follows:
We will arrange for our pups to meet up and see how they get on, preferably before you dog is in season.
If all goes well we will arrange to meet again and after they tie we will meet again 2 days later.
We will require money the first time the dogs tie.
If your dog doesn’t conceive the first time around, we will meet again without requiring a fee for a second go the next time your dog is in season providing you can display proof from a vet that your dog didn’t conceive on the first 2 meets.
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