ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION ONLY - MOST DEFINITELY THE BEST WAY FOR YOUR DAM TO CONCIEVE AS 98% SUCCESS RATE.
Albie - Stunning Red (small white patch on his chest) F1 Toy Cockapoo.
Albie is our very much loved and adored F1 cockapoo. He is now proven and you can see pictures of his puppies on this advert.
He stands 14.5 inches to his shoulders. He has the most beautiful velvet, teddy bear coat. He is an extremely intelligent boy with the most beautiful temperament towards both humans and other dogs.
Albie has proved himself by fathering 10 litters. He is PRA clear and is all up to date with his injections, worming and flea control. Paperwork can be seen and and copies will be included in his stud pack along with his parents five generation breeding certificates from The Kennel Club.
Ablie's mum is a beautiful red and white cocker spaniel. His dad is a stunning red toy poodle, both with fantastic champion Lines.
Albie came from a Cockapoo breeder who knows the breed extremely well and has been breeding them for over 11 years, their priority is to breed puppies with an excellent temperament who will make perfect family pets. As I've said earlier Albie is exactly that. He loves absolutely everyone.
Albie is a fantastic example of the breed, highly intelligent, soft natured temperament with the most amazing personality. He is a lovely sweet natured dog who loves everyone and everyone loves him and he gets stopped everywhere we go. These are the qualities I want to be passed on to his offspring.
£275 Stud fee includes one round of AI (artificial insemination) taking place at Leeds Canine Fertility Clinic. If you would like a second insemination that would be at your cost of £40 for the sample taken from Albie and the insemination into your Dam. If you would prefer to use a Clinic of your choice it will be at your cost with you paying travel expenses on top of the stud fee.
The stud fee is payable as soon as the first insemination is complete at the clinic.
We also ask if you would please provide pictures of the puppies at different stages of their time with their mummy.
Mating should take place around the 12th day of your Dams heat and no later than day 14. However, the Clinic we use does offer the service of a hormone blood test to confirm that your Dam is at her peak fertility. The charge for this is £40.
Please ensure your Dam is up to to date with injections worming and flea treatments before she visits.
Please feel free to call or e-mail to discuss further.
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