This boy is such softie. Loves his play time and human contact. You'll find him nuzzling for a hug or just wanting to lay across you, all 35kg of him :) excitable and chilled he is a joy to have around, never a dull moment with this guy.
He is fully health checked, KC registered, no breathing or skin problems. He has been bred for health first and foremost. His blue-tri markings are more on the lilac side which he gets from his dad, strongly defined and he is soft as velvet. A great dog as a result of the strongest blood lines out there (we can send the pedigree on interest).
Available for stud right now but only for a short term period as we don't want to tire the poor boy out. He is HUU, DM and CMR1 cleared. Get in contact with any questions you may have about him or about the studding process. We use AI as it is the healthiest way to breed without any complications and both dogs will be present at the time. His latest litter was a massive 9 pups all solid and healthy.
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