Ronnie is our rottweiler and is available for stud he is a family pet and has been raised around our 4 children our pug and 2 cats he is well socialised and is a gentle giant he is a pure breed but no papers he has no known medical issues nor his parents he is a loyal boy he is 2 years old and weighs in at a healthy 62kg
We offer Ronnie's services for £200 for 2 matings which is payable upon first mating andwould offer a repeat mating the following season if the bitch doesn't catch aslong as there is proof from a vet to correspond this
we can board your bitch for 3 nights 4 days for 300 pounds with proof of matings via video and photo as our home is covered by cctv
He is proven and has sired many litters and has never failed his conquest to date and all litters have been born fit and healthy his litters range from 8 to 17 puppies
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