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Looking To Breed Pebblez

Pebblez SPebblez S AbbotsfordPosts: 3Member
edited 10 October, 2007 in Alaskan Klee Kai
Hi...We are hoping to find another Alaskan Klee Kai to breed with Pebblez. She will come into heat in Late Nov-early Dec. We are willing to either take in yours for a few days, or have Pebblez visit with yours daily for aproc 1 week. If you have a male & want first pickl of the litter(no charge) email me :-h

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  • Candice CramCandice Cram SaskatoonPosts: 633Member
    edited 10 October, 2007
    As I had previously mentioned, you will have a very hard time finding a klee kai to breed your dog. Clearly she does not meet breed standard and likely is not a purebred klee kai (is she UKC registered even????). Please spay your dog, she was a rescue and she deserves to live a happy life without the stress of having puppies. Plus this post is against forum rules.
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