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Bullmastiff Litter 24 December 2017

BULLMASTIFF LITTER INFO
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Refer to our planned litters with available pups here. Also refer to info on our previous litter. Please contact us for more details.


LITTER 1: SAMMY’S GIANT FAWN RASCALS

Litter fully booked. Please refer to our planned litters page for bookings available on future litters.

Sire (Photo Below): Khalamoja Lord Bageera of Sargethrust
Dam (Photo Below):  Dykrivian Samantha of Malonowa

Mating Date: 22 October 2017
Amount of pups: 9 (5 males; 4 females)
Date of Birth: 24 December 2017
Selection from: 22 January 2018
Planned inoculation & microchipping date: 05 February 2018
Microchip brand: GetMeKnown (click for more info)     Inoculation: Nobivac® Canine 1-DAPPv (click for more info)

*** Planned “release ready” date: Sunday,25 February 2018. Please make formal arrangements well in advance. Since we are 300km from Jhb we only have one day to get pups to the necessary points and transport company in Jhb. We will take them to 52 Long Street, Kempton Park in Jhb on Sun, 25 Feb – arrival around 12am. Please settle balances due in advance. We will confirm the address. If you have opted to collect him/her from the farm, please arrange a time with me in advance. They can only leave from 8 weeks of age once they have been fully weaned and checked. Thanks for working with us to make transport as simple as possible.
KUSA Registration by: Before end of June 2018

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Info on parents and breeding: Sammy’s father was a champ and she is our top female. Bageera comes from an imported line of European champions. Full Disclosure: Please note that his hips and elbows will only be tested in a few months when he is 18 months of age and all owners be notified accordingly. This will be our first litter from Bageera. However, both his parents were bred by Lamejor Bullmastiffs who are renowned for their quality and love of the breed. The lineage from his great grandparents recorded very good h&e gradings as well as multiple international champions through four generations and he displays no signs of form or movement issues – we therefore decided to mate with him. He is in top form and has a beautiful temperament. Sammy’s previous pups have exceptionally warm temperaments and most were homed at families with small children as well as other breeders.
fawn_adult_bullmastiff_male_champion_south_africa      red_adult_bullmastiff_male_champion_south_africa

Mating colours: Fawn Female      &           Red Male

Sammy in great shape(click on images to enlarge) 


Update: 21 February 2018 (all pups booked and selected by owners) – Pups are 7.5 weeks old

Pups are averaging 9kg.
Only a few days and counting. Those collecting in Jhb can meet us 13h00 at 52 Long Street, Kempton Park on Sun, 25 Feb 2018. Please remember to confirm your transport arrangements and settle the balance due before 25 February as noted above! Only a few days to go. Enjoy the pictures!!


Update: 16 February 2018 (all pups booked and selected by owners) – Pups are 7 weeks old

Pups are averaging 8.2kg.
They have now been weaned and are on solids. Keep your pup on Royal Canin Giant Puppy food! We will give you a small sample when they leave. Sammy is retreating from them – poor thing. She has done well and is still in exceptional condition. Please remember to confirm your transport arrangements and settle the balance due before 25 February as noted above!Only one week to go!!


Update: 06 February 2018 (all pups booked) – Pups are 6 weeks old

Pups are averaging 6.2kg.
They are healthy and running around. They are on solids but still weaning. Sammy is starting to get tired of them. Please pay special attention to transport arrangements for 25 February as noted above!


Update: 01 February 2018 (all pups booked) – Pups are 5 weeks old

All pups healthy and going strong! Pups are between 4.6kg(females) and 5.2kg(males).


Update: 23 January 2018 (all pups booked) – Pups are 4 weeks old

Staggering growth this week! Pups are between 3.6kg(females) and 4.0kg(males), averaging 700 grams growth in 6 days. They are developing well. We are very happy with the quality delivered from this breedingpair. Each and every pup is up to standard. This is remarkable.


Update: 18 January 2018 (all pups booked) – Pups are 3 weeks old

Pups are strong and healthy without complications so far. Sammy is an excellent mother. They are starting on soft solid foods now. We use Royal Canin Mother and Babydog which is high in Omega-3 fatty acids, contains the correct calcium and protein balance and provides sufficient calories. We recommend that you keep your pup on Royal Canin Giant Puppy food if possible from 8 weeks of age! They weigh in at more or less 3kg now (doubled in size during the last two weeks) – that is a staggering 600% growth in under 4 weeks from birth and they will again triple in size during the next two months! That is around 600 grams in growth per week and is about 15% above the average growth expectation line, so we are confident that they are all healthy. There are some deposits outstanding. Please honour your booking arrangement within the next three days if you have not done so already as we have a long waiting list already. Thank you. Here are the new pictures. Click on the image below to view the pups. Enjoy!


Update: 09 January 2018 (all pups booked)– Pups are 2 weeks old

Pups are all strong and healthy. Owners who have not done so yet must please pay deposits. Microchip to be done in three weeks.


Update: 07 January 2018. (one booking for a female available). 

Eyes and ears are open. They are starting to crawl around. All pups are in great health. One female has become available – We receceived one cancellation on a female from a breeder whom do not currently have the space and resources they had bargained on to house another pup. The pups have already tripled in average size from around 600 grams at birth to 1.8Kg.

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