Advert Description : Here I have our beautiful Red and White Staffordshire Bull Terrier for stud.
Bruno is 7 years old and has an outstanding temperament, he has been brought up around children of all ages, other dogs, cats and horses.
***BRUNO'S first litter has arrived to a white and brindle bitch (02/09/2013)! 5 bitches and one dog, three brindle and whites, one red and white and two whites. 2nd photo showing this litter of puppies***
***BRUNO'S second litter has arrived to my own brindle bitch (12/09/2013)! 2 bitches and 6 dogs, three brindle and whites and five red and whites. All are healthy and doing well. 4th, 5th and 6th photo showing this litter***
Bruno is an absolute gentleman to his ladies and gets the job done quick although he will not rush a bitch who is unsure.
Stud fee to be paid on the day of first mating, two matings can be carried out within 48 hours for no extra cost.
Also happy to take pick of the litter instead if you're within reasonable distance.
Please do not hesitate to call for any questions or queries!
Could you afford it if your pet becomes ill or is involved in an accident? The average cost of a visit to the vet is over £280 with some more complex treatments, such as treating a spinal injury, costing over £3000.
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