he is small, compact and raised with children and other dogs his temperament is perfect I can't fault him. He’s kc registered health tested clear
prices vary depending on your bitch non fluffys - £1500 (create carrriers) fluffy carriers - £2000 and full fluffies £2500 these are his starting prices they will increase . he's been fully tested on his sperm 1ml has 250 million 95% motility. I have a fertility clinic and offer cytology to tell when your bitch is ready to mate and also the A.I 2x A.I are included in his price. Cytology is £30 or 2x for £50 please contact me for more detail
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There are many similarities between these two breeds—the Boston terrier and French bulldog. Unsurprisingly, one is often mistaken for the other. These two little pooches not only have similar striking physical features but they are closely related in genetics and history.