Teddie is a very small pomeranian for stud only weighing 2.1kg
He’s all up to date with flea, worming and vaccinations.
He’s on his 3rd litter with beautiful puppies everytime.
The stud fee is £200 which will cover tie mating twice if needed which would take place in my home so he is comfortable
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