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Alll kidding aside .... although some very funny stuff here ..... if you are truly looking to breed him, have you done or willing to do any health clearances on him? Hips / elbows cannot be certified before 2 years of age. As well, clearances on eyes (CERF), CNM and EIC.
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Hmmmmmmmm. I'm the last of 8. Yikes! Thanks for pointing that out Charles.
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okay so it really does make a difference on the litter and he needs to be "cleaned out" prior to breeding since he has never "let loose" before???? I've got people telling me all kinds of stuff and 99% is sarcasm so im not sure who to listen to here!!
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He doesn't need to be cleaned out until you've had his HIPS and ELBOW OFA's, EYES cerf'd at minimum, EIC and CNM tests done with good results. After you get those tests done, go make sure all the bitches have the same. Then, start worrying about cleaning out his pipes.
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