Bedlington Terrier Blue Dog For Stud

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Hartlepool, County Durham (View Map)
Member since May 2013

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Key Advert Facts

Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
Bedlington Terrier
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Business
Pets Current Age :
2016 years old (More Info)

Full Advert Details

KOPAIGE BEDLINGTON'S & KENNEL CLUB ASSURED BREEDER OF SHOW TYPE BEDLINGTON TERRIERS - Proudly Offers For Stud My Blue Bedlington Terrier Dog Milo. He is KC REG, Copper Toxocosis Clear & Has A Fantastic 34 Champions In His 5 Generation Pedigree Which Includes Rathsrigg, Aireview, Honeymist, Pengerrig, Mollora & Josolli. Please Enquire To View Pedigree. His Sire is CH Aireview Reprint & His Dam Is Amazing Grace. He Is A Stunning, Well Built Dog With A Beautiful Coat & A Lovely Temperement.
He Is Unproven So His First Mating Will Be Offered Free Of Charge However There Will Be A Charge Of £150.00 If Your Bitch Concieves For Milos Kennel Club Details. This Price Will Be Offered To The First Mating Only. After This His Stud Fee Will Increase. This Will Include Boarding If Needed, Return If Your Bitch Does Not Concieve & Help And Advice With The Whelping & Raising Of Your Litter.
This Is A Fantastic Opportunity For Someone Who Is Looking For A Top Show Quality Sire. Milo is likely to sire beautiful pups for pet homes and also pups with show potential and he is also Scheduled For His Eye Test With The BVA & Results Will Follow.
Milo Is Strictly Only Offered For Stud Duties To Bedlington Bitches Who Are KC Registered & Copper Toxoxosis Clear With Proof.
I Am Also A Registered Microchip Implanter & Can Offer This Service To Milo's Puppies At A Competitive Price.

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