Stunning F1b Cockapoo for Stud Private Breeder1 year ago - Stud Dogs - King's Lynn - 677 views
Location: King's Lynn
Pets Date of birth 2019/11/08
Is the Dog KC registered? No
Are the vaccinations up to date? Yes
Meet Max, our family dog. He's a red F1b cockapoo and has a lovely nature, really friendly and great with other dogs. Max is proven and has been health tested for the following:
Degenerative Myelopathy -Clear
Von willebrand disease -Clear
Neonatal Encephalopathy (NE) -Clear
Acral Mutilation Syndrome -Clear
Exercise Induced Collapse -Clear
Glycogen Storage Disease -Clear
AI is possible where needed, Max has been fully tested at a local clinic and has excellent fertility.
Mum is a red F1 cockapoo, dad is a red toy poodle. 15 inch tall.
We are based in King's Lynn, please message for more details.
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