For Stud Solid Blue Kc French Bulldog Jhc Clear

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Darlington, County Durham (View Map)
Member since Nov 2014


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Key Advert Facts

Ad Reference :
Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
French Bulldog (Breed Info)
Advert Type :
For Stud
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
4 years, 9 months old (More Info)
Vaccinations Up-to-Date :
KC Registered :

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For stud KC proven solid blue No Brindle showing in his coat French bulldog - latest litter of 9 born 20th February ( 9 blues) Hugo is not a kennelled dog !! He has been tested and was found to be negative for the HSF-4 Hereditary Cataracts mutation this is confirmed on the KC website !!!
Hugo DNA is Ay/a dd and has sired over 20 litters to KC and Non KC girls with some litters having as many as 10 big chunky healthy pups due to getting timings right,Another 2 pregnancies confirmed February 2017 Hugo has an excellent KC with many blue to blue parentage , this maybe why he produces around 80% of the litter that is solid blue to girls with only one copy of blue gene dD, he also has an excellent temperament on which everyone who uses Hugo comments on ,my boy has some outstanding Frenchy features short legs ,big chest and to Capp it all Hugo is solid blue with no brindle ,he has excellent bone structure and muscle definition with a fantastic head and ear set, standing only13" high at the shoulder and weighing 11kg (photos don't do him justice ) Hugo has an excellent KC and comes from a long line of Blues with his mother being Bluebell Blue from the Shark Line and Grand Parents were Shark Lothiar & Shark Ophelia , Hugos father is Unicum Buldy Portos Pluton who was specifically brought into the country to introduce some new Hungarian and American bloodlines as this can be seen by Hugos Grand Parents who are California Silver Streak & Gyomore Hegyi. The price covers 2 mating's 48hrs apart , professional artificial insemination is offered should this be needed with no extra cost -best results obtained if your girl has been taken to the vets for a blood sample to check her luteinizing hormone levels to determine the exact time she is ovulating,you will not get a dog of this quality producing large litters for such a small stud fee anywhere else., we are fully qualified and insured to also offer a microchipping service for your puppies and can also offer a ultrasound scan to confirm your girl is pregnant, also Included in the service is help and guidance from the mating to whelping and rearing your pups , and also help with pricing etc ..

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