Gold Heath Tested, Quad Female Blue Lilac Producer

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Benfleet, Essex
Member since Jul 2016

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Key Advert Facts

Ad Reference :
Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
French Bulldog (Breed Info)
Breed Popularity:
#1 out of 244 Dog Breeds
Breed Group:
Breed Size:
Advert Type :
For Sale
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Private Seller
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
10 months, 14 days old (More Info)
Microchipped :
Yes (More Info)
Neutered :
Vaccinations Up-to-Date :
Yes (More Info)
KC Registered :
Yes (More Info)

Full Advert Details

Pups ready to leave now!

2 KC registered French Bulldog girls poss quad carriers!

My beautiful blue girl Bella - GOLD FBCE TESTED!!! - gave birth to 5 amazing puppies on Saturday 12th May. I have 2 available girls from this litter, ready for their new homes now.

This is Bella’s first litter. She is 2 years old and my baby, our beloved family pet. Bella is very very extensively Heath tested, including holding a Gold FBCE certificate - something very rare indeed in my opinion, even more so with her being a non-standard colour.

Bella’s results for her FBCE testing-
Repeat BOAS at 2 years old - 0
Nostrils 1
Repeat nostrils at 2 years old - 1
Patella 0/0
Heart - normal
And normal across the board with all other aspects of FBCE testing.

Bella also holds a current BVA eye test certificate, again with normal results.

Bella has been to see a cardiologist, and again has normal results.

Bella is dna tested for the following conditions, with results:
HC - n/n
DM - n/dm
CMR1 - n/n
HUU - n/n
Pra-cord 1 - n/n
MH - n/n
CHG - n/n.

My 2 girls have been DM tested -
My purple collar girl is n/n - DM clear - she is priced at £2500
My pink collar girl is n/DM - DM carrier - she is priced at £2000

Bella’s colour dna is ay/ay d/d n/kb.

Dad to these puppies is the stunning lilac fawn quad carrying the ‘a’ gene, Trevor, owned by Charlotte Crawford. Trevor is a son of the very famous Solomon, an a/a chocolate quad. Trevor is a beautiful small boy, chose very carefully as a good match for my girl - I travelled from Essex to Newcastle for a 3 day ‘holiday’ for this mating, just to ensure I’d chose the best possible boy for my baby girl.

Trevor’s colour dna is ay/a d/d b/b E/e ky/ky.

Trevor is HC and DM clear.

All girls will automatically be d/d B/b. These girls are potentially triple or quad colour carriers. I am not carrying out any colour dna testing on the puppies - health and quality is more important, any colour they pick up is a bonus. They are all lilac producers when put to the correct boy.

I feel that they are priced fairly, but not overly cheaply - due to the sheer time, effort and costing involved in the vigorous health testing Bella has undertaken. My personal opinion is that I’d prefer to pay a bit more for pup with a thorough background health check, rather than buy a cheaper pup and have no clue about any health testing.

These puppies are being raised in my front room, around my 3 children aged 8, 10 and 11, with 24 hour care from me to ensure their best possible start to life.

They will be sold with full breeding rights - I am happy for them to go to a small hobby breeder - my priority is that they are loving pets first and foremost. Indoor homes only - do not enquire if you cannot provide this for one of my babies.

I will not ship internationally- nor will I ship to the UK without meeting you first.

Puppies can leave me at 8 weeks old, they will leave with a puppy pack, first injection (and second pair for in any Vets4pets), and microchip, and copies of all relevant health testing from Bella.

There is somebody home with my puppies 24 hours a day, and will be so until they leave me. These puppies are never ever left without supervision.

I am located in Benfleet in Essex.

Sorry for the long ad!

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