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Bullmastiff Litter 27 July 2017

August 12, 2017
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BULLMASTIFF LITTER INFO
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Refer to our planned litters with available bookings here. Also refer to info on our previous litter. Please contact us for more details.


LITTER : VALLERIE’s GIFT

Sire (Photo Below): Nero-Maximus
Dam (Photo Below):  Margo Vallerie of Sargethrust

Mating Dates: 27 May 2017
Amount of pups: 2
Date of Birth: 27 July 2017
Selection from: 01 September 2017
Planned inoculation & microchipping date: 15 September 2017
Microchip brand: GetMeKnown (click for more info)     Inoculation: Nobivac® Canine 1-DAPPv (click for more info)

Planned “release ready” date: 01 October 2017
KUSA Registration by: Before end of February 2018

Obtain more info on our puppy cost and ownership process here

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Mating colours: Fawn Female      &           Red Male

Max is our pride and joy and a beautiful, large, red boy. He has produced beautifull offspring and has a gentle, loving temperament. Vallerie is a very strongly built fawn girl with an equally loving temperament. We are expecting strongly built, large, goodnatured and exceptionally high quality pups from this pairing – see sample pics of pups below. Updates on pups will follow below.


Update: 15 September 2017 – 7 Weeks old – All pups booked

Pups delivered to Johannesburg and have left to their new owners. They are in exceptional condition.


Update: 01 September 2017 – 5 Weeks old – All pups booked

Pups are going strong, are on solid foods and have now allmost been fully weaned. They will receive their microchips and vaccinations in one week. KUSA registration will follow as well as their deworming schedule.

Collection Date Confirmed: Pups will arrive in Gauteng on 15 September 2017

Breeder | JM Smith

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