Arnie is a hard working and very loyal member of my picking up team. Working over 100 days during the season he has proven himself in the field time and again.
He always aims to please and isn’t put off by anything. He keeps his head down and wants to do the job.
Arnie is also quite keen on being a house dog also. He is a pet as well as a member of my team and is a great dog in the house, around other/ new people and dogs He hasn’t got a bad bone in his body and is really very special when seen in person.
He was hip and elbow scored at 13nonths old
Eyes tested clear April 2021
Dna health tests clear PRCD-Pra
CNM SD2 EIC HNPK
Any more info please email or call for a quick we response.
Based nearly Driffield.
£250 stud fee. For two coverings.
If the bitch proves to not have taken (via scan) then a free repeat mating will be offered to the same dog on the next season. with the advise of progesterone testing your dog.
A receipt will be provided upon a successful first mating. Payment to be made on first mating.
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