Portuguese Import Boxer Stud - Excellent Bloodlines
Brindle and White Portuguese Import Boxer Stud.
Multi Champion Bloodlines.
Ace is very much a European boxer with lots of size and substance. Big boned and strong.
Proven Stud with good sized litters.
Irish Kennel Club Registered
English Kennel Club Registered.
We can accommodate your female for as long as needed.
Fertility services can also be provided should they be required.
Please feel free to get in contact for more info.
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Tips for contacting breeders
- Keep communication through our messaging system for as long as possible.
- Choose carefully what information you share about yourself.
- Ask for recent health check certificate from their vet, this should check for known issues with the breed & have details of vaccinations. The AKC has a comprehensive list of their health testing requirements per breed.
- Ask breeders about the vet who has taken care of the dog and contact the vet directly.
- Ask breeders to provide their ID (driver's licence / passport) and take note of their contact details.
- If you are new to breeding, please, please, read this article about breeding dogs.
- Stud dogs listed need to be 12 months or older. While bigger breeds may mature faster, often health complications don't show until later.
- Report suspicious activity to your local Garda Station & / or the Department of Agriculture, Food & Marine.
- Use our contract template www.dogs.ie/contract or another as a basis for a written contract.
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Dog Breeding Establishments (DBEs) in Ireland
Any premises with 6 or more female dogs that are capable of breeding and older than 6 months are required to register with their local county councils as a dog breeding establishment. Their license stipulates the maximum number of bitches they may on their premises. DBEs includes dog breeders, commercial boarding kennels, hunt clubs etc.
Note: this license is the maximum number allowed, and does not automatically mean the breeder has this many breeding bitches.
This is set out in the Dog Breeding Establishment Act of 2010.