The Darkest Fox Red Labrador Stud Dog

£450
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Louth, Lincolnshire
Member since Jul 2018

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Key Advert Facts

Ad Reference :
2076598
Pet Type :
Dogs
Pet Breed :
Labrador Retriever (Breed Info)
Breed Popularity:
#6 out of 244 Dog Breeds
Breed Group:
Breed Size:
Advert Type :
For Stud
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
2 years, 4 months old (More Info)
Vaccinations Up-to-Date :
Yes (More Info)
KC Registered :
Yes (More Info)

Full Advert Details

"Health tested to the highest levels available today"

Clear of "237" DNA Genetic Health Tests (see photos). The most extensively health tested Stud Dog in the UK... Perfect hips, elbows and eyes complete this immaculate health record...

IMPECCABLE HEALTH...

"Blade"
Rosso Fyn of Pigeonman

The Darkest of Fox Red Labrador Studs...

The perfect choice for future health of your pups and the Labrador as a breed....

"Blade" is a lovely guy. Happy and friendly with everyone he meets. An easygoing character and gentle nature. Fabulous with children and other animals...

Blade has immaculate health testing being tested clear of "237" DNA GENETIC HEALTH TESTS". He is bred from long lines of suberbly healthy hips, elbows and eyes. A "Very Dark" Fox Red Labrador that carries this trait over to his pups. He weighs 30kg fit, lean and ready to run. Blade is trained to Field Trial Standard and does not have any eliminating faults. He has a very natural hold with a soft, yet firm carry. He swims powerfully, jumps well and hunts superbly and dynamically. He has a great nose too...

Blade was easy to train he has a lovely nature, a big on off switch, a complete Gentleman and just a pleasure to be around...

A nice, natural Labrador with a superb temperament...

"THE PERFECT STUD FOR HEALTH, TYPE & TEMPERAMENT"

I supply an extensive stud package which includes copies of his Pedigree, KC Health Test Pedigree and Copies of all DNA Genetic Health Tests...

The mating's are conducted in a clean, safe and secure environment. Some bitches prove extremely difficult to mate, particularly maiden's. Your girl can be mated naturaly or by artificial insemination. We are highly experienced in A.I. and have great success in getting even the most difficult of bitches in pup. All carried out using the best equipment by a very experienced handler...

For natural matings "Blade" is a very well trained dog. No harm will come to your bitch and the entire process will be gentle and stress free...

Two visits are available, if required and accommodation for your girl is available if she's "not quite ready". I am an expert "Stud Groom" and will do my utmost to ensure mating's are successful. Repeat mating from the next season "only" should the bitch unfortunately miss first time...

Please leave a message on my answer service if I don't pick up. I will get back to you straight away...

Thanks for looking...

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