Health Tested Gorgeous Choc Miniature Poodle Stud


Market Drayton, Shropshire

Pet Description

Brian...Available to all breeds. Gorgeous KC reg Chocolate Miniature Poodle, producing beautiful healthy litters with luxurious dense coats. He is also DNA Health tested clear for 4 canine diseases.
Extra laid back, a soft and gentle, super cool teddy bear, who loves everyone.

He is now well proven, experienced with Cockers, Cockapoos, Springers, Cavaliers and Labradors.
He is a glorious lush rich chocolate, with profuse curls. His mother is a chocolate particolour, Brian has a white tuxedo and white paws, he carries some very interesting colour genetics. Both his parents are chocolate, giving him strong chocolate and particolour ( white patches) genes. He sires all chocolate to chocolate bitches, and particolour to particolour bitches.

He is a chunky Miniature, ideal for bitches, from Cocker size up to Labradors.
He has been genetically DNA Optigen tested clear for prcd PRA, ( Progressive Retinal Atrophy) and also genetically DNA tested clear for the following three canine diseases, Neonatal Encephalopathy with Seizures, Familial Nephropathy, and Von Willebrands Disease Type 1.

Brian also holds a clear certificate for Luxating patella, after testing by an orthopaedic vet specialist.
These certificates enables you to offer your puppy buyers peace of mind that you have bred exceptionally healthy puppies, without having to have your bitch tested.

Experienced handler, controlled mating takes place in a clean calm home environment. Maiden bitches and first time breeders welcome. Advice on breeding freely given. ( ex vet nurse)
All paperwork given after first mating, copies of KC reg, All four DNA tests, Luxating patella certificate and pedigree. In the unlikely event of no litter occurring, a free mating on the same bitches next season would be given. He has 100% success rate to date.

£200. Fee, payable on first mating. We are situated at Hinstock, North Shropshire.
Short notice matings not a problem, depending on his availability, although we are careful not to overwork him.
Please call for details.

Advert Type:For Stud
Age:2 years, 8 months old - More Info
Pet Breed:Miniature Poodle
Pet tags:Miniature Poodle For Stud
Is the Pet Microchipped ?:Yes - More Info
Are the Pets Vaccinations up to date ?:Yes - More Info
Has the Pet been Neutered ?:No - More Info
Is the Puppy/Dog KC Registered ?:Yes - More Info

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