Hi! Let me introduce you to our beautiful boy Noah.
He is a proven stud dog and to date has produced 5 healthy litters.
Noah has no health conditions and is fully up to date with vaccinations, flea and worming treatments. His temperament is wonderful, very playful but also kind and gentle and very loyal. He is excellent with children and other dogs and learns commands very easily.
Noah is an F1 mini goldendoodle, his mother being a kc reg golden retriever and his father is a kc reg minature poodle. He came from a very reputable breeder( happy to provide details of all his health checks, hip score and his family history)
We are offering 2 matings at £450 and will repeat (once) free of charge if unsuccessful.
Please feel free to message for more details or any questions :)
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