Handsome Male Japanese Shiba Inu For Stud!

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  • Japanese Shiba Inu Dogs Breed
  • Japanese Shiba Inu For Stud in the UK
  • Japanese Shiba Inu

Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Pet Group: Utility Group
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 2 years 6 days
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: Yes
KC Registered: No
Published on: 15 August 2019
Modified on: 15 August 2019
Location: Clacton On Sea, Essex

Advert Details

This is our handsome 18 month old Japanese shiba inu diego, we are looking to stud him, he is a 4th generation pedigree and is KC registered and very friendly!


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Japanese Shiba Inu Breed Information

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