Hi I am teddy I am a dad to 35 litters I am a panda pug and out of all of my matings I have never missed once my smallest litter has been 5 I get straight to the job price is £100 for 1 mating (£150 for two matings if she doesn't take then next time round will be free of charge but would like proof that your girl dog did not take)thanks for reading
Can also do Ai for £200
Teddy has a clean bill of health his breathing is perfect
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