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Ultimate Blue Stud Dog - Best In The Europe

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Staffordshire Bull Terrier (Breed Info)
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Breed Popularity:
#10 out of 244 Dog Breeds
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For Stud
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Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
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Pets Current Age :
5 years old (More Info)
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Yes (More Info)
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Yes (More Info)

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BULLSCAFF the Home to the Only Blue Champions in the UK that specialise in four of the most outstanding Stud dogs that you will find can now offer you the full in house experience of free scans and cytology tests within our own Bullscaff Fertility clinic when using any one of our four selected boys that have been strategically placed in three separate locations throughout the United Kingdom to make the hole experience for you better.

This advert is proud to talk about GRAND CHAMPION YOU'RE YOKER...


UK KC Registered Crufts Qualified for Life JCh, Ch Polish, Ch Romania, Ch Romania Cum Laudae and Ch Lithuania Champion.

* FACT - Grand Champion You're Yoker is one of the only two world class leading blue Champion Staffordshire Bull Terriers in the Country!!

With this boy we can now offer you back the true to type quality and Championships that you have been looking for towards your breeding programs as in coming from some of the worldwide known famous Valglo, Charmonics and Crashkon show breeding lines Grand Champion You're Yoker is not only able to pass down the quality that he has frequently shown within the show ring but an equally impressive 13 Champions onto your litters pedigree!

In being a solid dark blue with zero brindle and having the traditional white flash on his deep set chest Grand Champion You're Yoker is an absolute stunner with his thick set bone structure he has an excellent topline and a distinctive chisseled short muzzled bully head, small rose ears and the perfect scissor bite with what is seen to be by most the desirable dark brown eyes and black nails too.

Bullscaff does not self proclaim this boy's quality of him being a Champion of many countries as this speaks for itself, not only in the way that he looks but through the exceptional quality of the litters of puppies that he now produces.

He is of excellent temperament and is fully health tested L2HGA - HC-HSF4 clear with all vaccinations, boosters, worming and fleaing kept up to date on a regular basis.

Should you wish to proceed we will offer you 2 x matings 48 hours apart with the full unconditional support that you deserve throughout your girls pregnancy and birth which will include in the unfortunate event any rehoming of the puppies as we now have an extensive list of people waiting to purchase his puppies throughout Europe and the UK which can be seen within any one of our regularly updated social media accounts.

THE STUD FEE IS £600 if paid in full on the first mating or you could choose to use our SECOND OPEN ENDED OPTION to pay £350 on the first mating then £350 on the birth of the puppies (£700 in total) you will not find a better Quality Championship holding dog for this price as we have chosen to keep it low to help get this boys quality out there to better the breed which should be your main aim when looking to breed too.

PLEASE NOTE - If your girl doesn’t take we will proceed to offer you the following mating FREE of charge.

SOMETHING TO CONSIDER is that we also offer Chilled and Frozen semen shipments throughout the UK (England, Scotland and Wales) that could possibly save on any lengthy inconvenient costly trips... all that we need is 24 hours notice and the name of your local Vetenary Practice who is able to perform the Ai.

Ai, Chilled and Frozen semen shipments are also available Worldwide on request.

Bullscaff can also be found on Champdogs, Instagram, Facebook and our new website www.bullscaff.co.uk

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