Eshpari's Stunning Proven Apricot Boy 'mj'

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Pickering, North Yorkshire
Member since Nov 2012


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Key Advert Facts

Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
Shar Pei (Breed Info)
Advert Type :
For Stud
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
5 years, 5 months old (More Info)
Vaccinations Up-to-Date :
Yes (More Info)
KC Registered :
Yes (More Info)

Full Advert Details

We are very proud here at Eshpari Shar Pei, to offer our proven boy MJ, for stud services.

MJ, who’s Kennel Club registered name is Eshpari’s Russian Emperor, was born from a mating between our own girl Magic (Cream Mountain Girl) and Mandarin (Chernyi-Chizh Mandarin for Chinaskys) who was owned by Dorothy Nobbs at Forgevalley

We are proud to announce that MJ has passed The SHAR PEI CLUB OF GREAT BRITAIN's Health Scheme Preliminary Report. He has also has been tested for Luxating Patella (slipping kneecap) and has been graded 0 - Normal.

All our dogs are also POAG/PLL tested CLEAR

Our boys 5 generation pedigree boasts over 20 champions !
We can check that your girl & MJ are a good compatible match, just send us her Pedigree name, or KC registration number.

MJ’s inbreeding coefficient is a fantastic 0.2%, the breed average is 3% (correct at time of writing). Please breed sensibly, this average has risen in the last few months from 2.9%. Many studs on offer have a coefficient around this average. There is lots more information on the Kennel Club website about this, but basically, the higher the number, the higher the chance that the same genes will be passed on, leading to a greater risk that inherited illnesses & ailments could be passed down. The lower the inbreeding coefficient, the lower the risk that this will happen.

All the following are included in the stud fee:
Up to 3 matings
Stud contract
Signed litter application form
Copy of MJ’s Kennel Club 5 Generation pedigree
Breeding advice sheet
Advertising of your litter once your girl is confirmed in whelp on our website that gets over hits a month !

Help & advice is just a phone call away, and you can call on us as experienced breeders for help and advice at ANY time !
Your girl can also stay here with us for the duration of the matings.

"He really is a stunning boy with perfect Chinese head marking, superb gait & great lines…. He is one of the best examples of the breed I have seen !"

We are thrilled at the way MJ has grown up, and so happy to be offering him for stud.

Please contact us for more details.
MJ's page on our website is here:

MJ has just had his 1st successful mating & tie since being back in the UK, as can be seen in the last picture... He's good at his job ! Keep an eye on our website for details about this litter

MJ's stud fee is £350, this is to be paid in full at time of mating, he has a current 100% success record.

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