Ronnie is our family pet and he's now ready to be a stud, he's a beautiful tri colour with a relaxed and chilled out nature, Ronnie is 14 months old. All vacs up to date fully vet checked and flea and wormed! Ronnie is not yet proven, but has successfully tied with his first girlfriend last week. hence why the price is so low, I can also offer artificial insamination at no extra charge, price is £75 for 2 ties 48 hours apart on day 11 and 13 of your girls season. Please message if interested xx
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