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Advert Description : I have for sale a male Brindle and White Boxer, KC Name : Northseason Georgie's Wish. He is 20 weeks old. Through no fault of his own he was returned to me (breeder) previous owner found out they have a serious illness.
He has a wonderful nature and is a quick learner. His parent's are my girl, a Bobtail:
BEAR CUB :HEART SCORE 0

JINNYBRUX GENETIC GENIE (CRUFTS award winner)
:HEART SCORE 0
:DNA clear
I pride myself for breeding well bred puppies from well bred dogs for health and temperament, for show and companionship.

He is KC reg. He has been vet checked and Dew Claws removed. Vaccination's up to date.
Sadie and Giles come from outstanding bloodlines including CH FAERDORN FINEAS FOGG, CH WINUWUK LUST IN THE DARK, CH EIGHT BELLS of SEEFELD, CH TONANTRON GLORY GIRL, CH BAILIGA RIGOLETTO of HOLWELL, US CH HERITAGE LUCKY BREAK of ACKENDENE and STEYNMERE BOXERS, founder of the Bobtail Boxer.

Northseason Georgie's Wish KC paper's have been endorsed, Progeny Not for Registration. (only lifted with a satisfactory heart score and that heart score of bitch to be mated to is satisfactory, for me to see copy of Cert's)
£300.

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NORTHSEASON

http://www.champdogs.co.uk/breeder/34282?menu4=1

Pets4Homes member since April 2013

Welcome to NORTHSEASON. I have been around dogs most of my life, working with Racing Greyhounds in my younger days. I have always loved the look and temperament of Boxers and Weimaraners. In 2003 i got my first Boxer, BullyView Think Twice (Alfie). Alfie started my love affair with this wonderful breed. In Nov 2009 we moved to a property with land. The first thing i wanted was to get another Boxer, but one that had been docked. Due to the law change i either had to get one with a tail or go to Ireland for a legally docked one. I had heard about Bobtail Boxer's. I did my research and in July 2010 i got Bear Cub (Sadie) a Bobtail Boxer. Sadie has been bred from excellent blood lines for health and temperament, for showing and companionship. Sadie is laid back and is very calm for a Boxer, she has the sweetest temperament you could ever wish for in a dog. A year after i got Sadie i wanted to get a Weimaraner my ultimate challenge. I have always been drawn to the Weimaraner not just for their amazing looks but for their temperament. I wanted the best of the best and traveled a round trip of 7 hours to get Ansona Snow Drop (Eira) she was worth every mile. Eira is such a beautiful girl, she is calm, obedient and has the best temperament anyone could wish for. Eira has a high prey drive, which is totally under control which comes from her working and showing background. I pride myself for breeding well bred puppies from well bred dogs and mostly for health and temperament.

 
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