The Blue Bouncer 30 Champs In Ped At Stud

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Holywell, Clwyd
Member since Apr 2012

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Key Advert Facts

Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
Staffordshire Bull Terrier (Breed Info)
Advert Type :
For Stud
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
2017 years, 9 months old (More Info)

Full Advert Details

THIS IS A STUD ADVERT!! THE BLUE BOUNCER - The Ultimate Blue Staffordshire Bull Terrier is now available for stud. Standing at 14 inches is one of the shortest and stockiest blue stud dogs you will find in the U.K. with a pedigree proudly boasting a staggering 30 CHAMPIONS and passing MORE CHAMPIONS onto your pups that NO OTHER BLUE STUD dog in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales or Europe can try looking for yourself and this is what makes him totally unique AND THIS BREEDING WAS FROM TOTALLY UNRELATED LINES UNLIKE SO MANY INBRED STUD DOGS OUT THERE . Coming from the very best black and blue lines this country has to offer with very strong VALGLO lines throughout his pedigree indeed his grandfather is CH Valglo Cassanova at Crossguns the breed record holder and 3 x Crufts Winner. Fully health tested L2-HGA - HC clear, GENUINE Show quality with ZERO FAULTS he has a Deep chest, thick bone structure, excellent top line, short muzzle, defined large bully head, perfect scissor bite, perfect tight rose bud ears, solid deep blue with ZERO white, EVERY SINGLE NAIL IS BLACK .....NOT THE LIGHT BROWN OR CREAM NAILS THAT SO MANY STUD DOGS HAVE AND ARE MAJOR FAULTS WHICH THEY SADLY PASS ONTO THEIR PUPS. The Blue Blouncer not only has the looks and CORRECT PIGMENTATION but also the pedigree to back it up and perhaps most importantly of all he has the PERFECT DARK BROWN EYES that a true staff is SUPPOSED to have and not the diluted brown or yellow which are also major faults in the show ring that you find in so many blues out there. You will NOT find a better example of a true show quality blue staffordshire bull terrier who is producing beautiful pups which are a credit to the breed. Feel free to contact me fogr more information mating consists of 2 matings 48 hours apart..........IM HAPPY TO GIVE ADVICE TO ANYONE WHO IS THINKING OF BREEDING BUT SUFFICE TO SAY .... ANYONE CONSIDERING BREEDING SHOULD PRIMARILY BE AIMING TO BETTER THE BREED EXPECIALLY IN THE BLUES WHICH ARE AWASH WITH VERY POOR EXAMPLES OF THE BREED STANDARD.... SO WITH THAT IN MIND ITS IMPORTANT TO BE AWARE THAT WHEN CHOOSING A STUD DOG FOR YOUR GIRL THEY MUST HAVE PERFECT PIGMENTATION - DARK EYES, BLACK NAILS AND BLACK NOSE, PERFECT ROSE BUD EARS, PERFECT SCISSOR BITE ETC IF THEY DONT THEN SADLY THEIR FAULTS WILL BE PASSED ONTO YOUR PUPS...... FACT.....FURTHERMORE CERTAIN UNSCRUPULOUS STUD DOG OWNERS HAVEN TAKEN TO PHOTOSHOPPING THEIR STUD DOGS PICTURES TO HIDE THEIR MAJOR FAULTS - INPARTICULAR THEIR DOGS EYE COLOUR SO PLEASE BE AWARE OF THIS AND LOOK AT THE PICTURES VERY CAREFULLY - SOME ARE OBVIOUS TO SPOT OTHERS ARE NOT!!!
FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS - We are pleased to now be able to offer chilled semen to be shipped worldwide. This procedure allows us to be able to ship live chilled semen to any destination the sperm has an extended life span of up to 10 days providing our courier can deliver on the next day delivery service. PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR OVERSEAS PRICE AND COSTS. PIC 3 is a pup recently sired by The Blue Bouncer with a beautiful dam called smoke -, Zero brindle, with the correct pigmentation blues SHOULD nose, all black nails, dark eyes to show the high quality of pup he produces......

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