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|Miles was born September 18, 2020. He is a hairless Red Sable and White Piebald. He is 26 pounds, Neutered, Health tested and is clear for PLL, PRA-PRCD, DM, vWD, IVDD, DCM 1, DCM 2 and AMS clear by parentage, Patella and Cardiac normal, Hips good by x-ray, current on vaccines & heart-worm prevention, UKC registered, house broke, micro-chipped, crate trained, use to having his nails done with a dremel, walks well on a leash/harness. He loves attention and would do great in a home with or without another dog (AHT preferred) and no cats. He is a true Terrier and plays rough so I'd like to find him a home that can keep him busy. He'd do well with performance events if you'd like to work with him for that purpose. Terriers are fast learners. He'll come to you with his vaccine records, health certificate issued by my vet and a new home goodie bag for him. You will also get his UKC registration papers. If you want AKC papers, please ask. An application with references and a signed sales contract is required. Ground transport may be available depending on your location and at your expense. I will not hold any available puppy/dog without a non-refundable deposit. For more info on Miles, you can find my email address on my home page.|
Miles SBA test has been done and we have his NORMAL test results in hand.
How can you find out what the SBA numbers are on a particular puppy/dog you are interested in?
You MUST complete an application and be approved for a puppy/dog from us. At that time, we will discuss test results with you.
Can we send you a photo copy as proof of test results?
No, you will not be sent copies of test results as proof of testing unless you have filled out an application, have been approved for a puppy/dog from us and you have placed a deposit for a puppy/dog.
Why? Because if you can't trust us to be honest with you to start with, then the breeder buyer relationship isn't going to work to benefit either of us or the puppy/dog after it is placed with you.
We are here for our puppy/dog buyers in good time and in bad. We don't desert our puppy/dog owners just because something went wrong. We can do all the health testing in the world and it still isn't going to be enough because there is ALWAYS going to be something new waiting to show up down the road.