Showcasing our stunning OEB Hugo Boss Man
• Bred by G-line Bully’z
• Top bloodlines
• NEBBR Registered
• Genetically health tested, clear for HUU & DM
• AI available with Next Day tracked Shipping
• All matings take place at a canine fertility clinic under professional supervision ensuring the best possible treatment and outcome
• 2 Matings or AI samples included in the price
Hugo is our stunningly beautiful lilac and tan OEB bred by renowned UK breeders G-line Bullyz, the very best bloodlines available in the UK.
He weighs 42kg with thick bone, huge chest and a massive 27 inch head making him stand out from the rest. Hugo’s sweet natured temperament is amazing and he has been brought up around young children and lots of other animals. Message for more details or any questions.
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