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Dog Stud Services — Stud Selection, Stud Fee, Contract & Compensation

↯ Key takeaway points

  • Dog stud service is where a male dog, or stud, is borrowed in exchange for a cash fee, first pick of the litter, or other agreed compensation to mate and breed a female dog.
  • A stud service contract sets out terms, compensation, and health screenings, and also includes information about logistics and the organization of the breeding process.
  • The stud owner needs to market and showcase the dog, but do so in a balanced way that protects the health and welfare of the dog and the offspring.
  • Both mating partners must be suitable for breeding, based on good physical condition, free from illnesses or faults from a full health screen.
  • It is important to maintain a balance between acceptable levels of breeding and not placing your stud at risk of harm.
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Published on
Saturday 7 April 2018
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Dog Stud Services (Guide)
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A dog stud service is the agreement and act of lending or using a specific stud dog so it can mate and breed a female dog. In exchange for the stud dog’s owner will receive a cash sum in exchange for the dog’s semen., the first pick of the litter, or anything agreed between both breeders. Dog stud service contracts are often used to clearly state the terms and conditions of such breeding.

In the dog breeding world, a “stud” is a male dog whose owner(s) agree is suitable to breed with another female dog. The female dog in this instance is described as a “dam” and she will need to be equally suitable for breeding. Suitability is usually determined after a full health screening with a vet — a suitable dog will be in good physical shape and free from any illnesses or faulty genes. Both mating partners must be selected for their confirmation of the breeder’s breeding program. A stud can be proven which means he is experienced, or a newbie.

What is Stud Service for Dogs?

The mating process between a stud and dam (with the aim of breeding) is known as stud service. The owner(s) of the stud will act as an advocate for their sire (by using advertisements, networking at performance events, etc), allowing dam owners to come forward and express an interest in the stud.

Both parties will have expectations about what they wish to gain from the experience. The owner of the dam will usually be concerned with the health, aesthetics, and genes of a stud with the aim of producing puppies with desired qualities. The stud owner will also be concerned with selecting the most complementary dam for his stud. In exchange for services, the stud owner will receive a stud fee and will usually be guaranteed the first pick of the litter if breeding is successful.


The service also extends beyond just purely allowing a dam to mate with a stud. As a stud owner, you will be involved in every step of the process, including guaranteeing a certain number of puppies, assisting in the mating process if necessary, and caring for the female throughout. For example, you will be expected to guarantee a certain number of puppies, assist the dogs in the mating process (if required) and care for the female throughout.

How to Select the Right Stud

Dam owners will generally have a specific outline of the kind of stud they wish to breed with their dam. Certain desired traits will remain the same across the board, for example, good health and good pedigree. Every stud should also have been tested for Brucellosis, a common sexually transmitted disease in dogs — and should have written evidence of a negative test result.

When it comes to selecting the right stud, it is all about due diligence. An ethical breeder attempts to achieve breed improvement by producing healthy, temperamentally stable, balanced, functional specimens.

A breeder wants the ability to vet prospective additions to his or her line making certain the high level they strive for within the program is being met. Gauging a potential sire’s qualities are vital for narrowing down the prospective pool.

One must exhaust all efforts of investigative preparation to ensure the stud selected will fulfill the breeding goals.

Ray James, Founder of Dog Breed Matchmaking (Facebook Group)

Features such as breed type and aesthetics will also be important. An owner will usually identify flaws in their dam whilst seeking a stud that holds these missing characteristics so that together they can make the perfect puppies. It’s difficult to find a stud that possesses every single weakness the dam has, so it is best to prioritize which ones are most important to you.

As a dam owner, you should also be clued up on your dog’s own genetic profile to deduce whether certain traits carry dominant or recessive alleles. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee a stud can correct your dam’s unfavorable trait if it’s caused by a single dominant allele — be sure to do your research ahead of time to avoid disappointment!

Dam owners find it useful to see a stud’s existing offspring in person, so they can get a rough idea about what to expect from a resulting litter. If you are a stud owner, you will be involved in the inner workings of the process from beginning to end” to make a sentence more clear. Or, you may wish to showcase a pup of a lesser-known stud and make a bank if you can get it on the podium, gather interest and increase his popularity.

Dog Stud Service Contract

A stud service contract is provided by the stud owner — its a written agreement signed between the stud and dam owner(s). The contract guarantees successful breeding and ensures both parties who enter into the agreement uphold their end of the bargain whilst protecting the health and welfare of the stud, dam, and offspring. The contract must be signed by each owner and clearly details their service rights.

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A stud service contract ensures both parties who enter into the agreement uphold their end of the bargain whilst protecting the health and welfare of the stud, dam, and offspring.


In exchange for allowing a dam to mate with their stud, a stud owner will receive a certain level of compensation to be detailed in the stud service contract. The stud fee is usually one of the first matters to be discussed by stud and dam owners, appearing early in the contract as a major point to be agreed on. Ideally, an amount should be established verbally long before the contract is due to be signed. The fee is paid to by the owner of the female to the owner of the male; it pays for the dam owner’s right to breed with the stud. Increasing stud fees can be done by only using your proven and experienced studs with female dogs you truly believe in.

Health Screenings

Included in the right to breed are several conditions that must be met by the stud owner. For example, the stud must have the appropriate veterinary certificates to prove the stud is in excellent physical condition, has received a negative Brucellosis test and is vaccinated up to date. The owner must also be able to provide a three-generation pedigree chart, which gives the dam owner information about the stud’s family history.

Furthermore, although the dam owner is paying to receive a service, they must still fulfill requirements to ensure the process runs smoothly. They too must ensure their dam is healthy, vaccinated and free from Brucellosis — she must also be in season! It is also common practice for the stud fee to be paid prior to servicing and for the stud owner to refuse commencement of servicing until the said fee is paid. Dam owners must also stick to the agreed notice period regarding a non-pregnancy if they require a return service.

Failures & Attempts to Breed

The owners should also agree upon the length of time that the two dogs will stay together and how many mating attempts can be undertaken during this time. It usually the stud owner’s responsibility to look after the welfare of the dam throughout stud service. The dam owner should also receive concrete reassurance about what will happen in the event of a non-pregnancy and whether the stud will be available for a second or even third attempt.

If the dam owner notifies the stud owner of a non-pregnancy within the correct notice period and the stud is no longer available, the dam owner should receive a return service from another suitable stud. Notice periods are usually placed from 65 to 70 days. Failure to provide notice in writing will result in the stud owner refusing a return service and the dam owner having to seek out a new stud.


If breeding fails following servicing, the dam will not be charged any additional costs for a return service in her next season. The stud owner will determine how many return services will be covered by the initial stud fee. It is common practice for a stud owner to allow two or three return services for no extra charge after which the contract will be terminated. The dam may then be required to enter a new service agreement with an entirely different stud — conditions are variable, so ensure you have read and clearly understand the service contract before signing.

In the event of a successful pregnancy and birth, the contract should detail that it is the obligation of the stud owner to fill out and return the relevant registration papers to the dam’s owner. The paperwork should confirm when and where the mating took place and that the stud is the father of the litter of puppies.

Logistics and Organisation

The service contract need not only contain information about the service exchange, but it should also include detailed information about the logistics and organization of the entire service such as addresses, dates, times, durations, contact details, emergency vet number(s), and so on.

Dams and studs may be local to one another, meaning the dam can be dropped off and picked up hours later. Other dam owners will travel miles to drop their dog off, leaving them with the stud owner for several days or a week to allow adequate time for natural mating to occur. The dog stud service contract sets out details about how the stud owner should care for the dam during her stay, for example, make sure she is fed and kept warm and comfortable. The stud owner should also agree to assist the dogs with mating if required, supervising them round the clock to avoid injury.

Artificial Insemination

If natural servicing cannot be achieved, stud owners can also provide the option of artificial insemination by a licensed veterinarian. The contract will set out of the terms of this arrangement including the name of the veterinarian to carry out the procedure and any additional costs incurred. For example, the dam may have to pay for the stud’s semen to be collected, frozen and shipped to the relevant location.

Other Clauses

Any additional clauses in the stud service contract will also vary but should be read and understood before any servicing takes place. This includes restrictions on future breedings of the litter, for example, the dam owner must agree not to sell puppies on to commercial retailers who will use the puppies solely for repeated breeding. It should also be clear to the dam owner that the stud will father other litters with other dams in the future.

Additionally, dams should no longer be used for breeding after approximately 8 years of age and should have no more than 2 or 3 litters a year. Stud owners should request information about a dam’s breeding history if they wish to avoid producing pups that cannot be formally registered by the Kennel Club.

Further common clauses also include details about what constitutes a “litter” — Usually, this means at least one puppy. If a dam produces a single puppy, a return service is usually offered. Also, details of when the stud owner will take the pick of the litter; usually at 7 weeks old before they have left the dam owner’s residence.

Marketing a Stud

As a stud owner, you must strike a balance between marketing and servicing. You cannot possibly say yes to every dam owner who shows an interest in your dog stud services, as the quality of the service will suffer (and you will have one very exhausted dog!). On the other hand, you cannot be too conservative, or requests will diminish. Before you even consider studding your dog, he must have an immaculate health record as not to allow servicing to be at the detriment of himself, the dam and future puppies.

dog stud service tips
Do not overuse your stud dog’s semen; scarcity and rarity allow you to sharply increase your prices!

Show Your Studs (And Win!)

The top way to grab the attention of dam owners is to showcase your stud at performance or dog show events, ensuring that he grabs the number one spot on the podium. Dam owners on the look-out for a stud will be certain to favor a champion, rather than a runner up. The more attention your stud receives, the more you can afford to have your pick of the dams to make the most complementary match!

You should always ensure your dog is well-groomed and in top physical condition — make certain that he trains and/or exercises regularly, eats well and has regular health checks. For him to be considered a true champion he must always be on top form. Identify his strong points and market them as much as possible — don’t be afraid to promote your stud if he can live up to expectation. Never deceive dam owners about stud traits or qualities, as the lives of future puppies are on the line.

If you suddenly find yourself inundated with offers from dam owners, then don’t be shy! There’s nothing wrong with raising your prices — if dam owners are serious about breeding their dam with your stud, they will usually pay more. Popularity may be instantaneous, or it may occur gradually over time (often once dam owners can see that your stud has produced a strong line up of puppies). Alter your price accordingly but be smart; being too ambitious too early may result in a loss of stud service requests.

There is also no harm in insisting on having the first pick of the litter. By continually picking the strongest pup in the bunch, you are building an impressive pack of dogs who will promote and enhance your dog’s stud role. Think of your stud’s puppies as a sort of canine CV — they help to provide dam owners with information about what they should come to expect if they select your stud. The better the lineage, the better the CV, the more job interviews and offers!

Pick Promising Studs in Litters

As great as your stud may be, he is also likely to have flaws. Rather than dwelling on these, be proactive. Yes, dam owners will want to vet your stud to find the perfect mating partner for their dam, but you too should also be on the lookout for dams that will fill the gaps in your canine’s genetic profile.

Always aim to create an even stronger, healthier, and more beautiful dog than your stud is himself. Then, when you insist on having the first pick of the litter, you can pick the best male in a litter who seems to be a promising stud for the future. Be sure to not go for the runt of the litter, though! With very popular studs, your job of finding a complementary dam is made easier because you will have a greater choice — you can afford to narrow down requests by picking the best dams in the bunch to be serviced.

Before your stud services any dam, you must always confirm that she has a clean health record and does not have any known inheritable traits that may cause unhealthy puppies. As the stud owner, it is your responsibility to protect the health of your stud and his offspring, so regardless of how much money is involved, never put your stud at risk of harm.

Dog Studs Can Breed Often


When it comes to frequency of breeding, balance is key! The more popular your stud is, the more regularly he will mate and breed. Popularity is great for your bank balance but over time it can affect the quality of the sperm your stud can produce. For this reason, it is recommended that stud dogs are sperm tested every few months to ensure any alterations to sperm are detected early on. Any detectable changes should be followed up with a complete investigation to determine the cause of the change and decide whether the male dog is still fit to be studded.

It is recommended that sperm be collected from less frequently bred dogs 2-4 days before mating. This procedure clears dead sperm from the ejaculatory tract to improve the quality of future ejaculations. Males can mate or have their sperm collected daily for 3-5 consecutive days before sperm stores are depleted. They will then need a rest day for stores to increase again. It is better to give your dog regular rest days before complete depletion, so sperm will never reach exceptionally low levels and negate pregnancy outcomes.

Furthermore, breeding your stud too often will put an excess of your dog’s sperm out in the world — known as the popular sire syndrome. The reason studding draws in so much revenue is because it is generally quite hard to find dogs that are the “perfect” pedigree. If a stud’s genes are everywhere, he will no longer be considered rare and beautiful, and your revenue will decrease. However, not enough breeding and your revenue will also decrease. You may wish to base decisions on whether to breed your stud on factors such as dam breed and location to help you strike a breeding balance.

65 comments on “Dog Stud Services — Stud Selection, Stud Fee, Contract & Compensation”

  1. Kim

    Interesting article. Thank you. But you have put that dam’s shouldn’t be bred more than 2-3 times a year??

    1. josh

      well it is an article about studding so why

  2. CatarinaWedzik

    I was given a pitbull from a friend last year. She used to use him strictly as a stud and would cast him in the dog shows. She gave him to me cause he wasnt getting along with the other dogs she was getting situated on her land. Anyways, a year later, I’ve decided to try and go the route of breeding him out again, but I dont know where to start. I dont have the girls information to contact her about his history. Any advice?

    1. Buttar

      I have a yellow lab retriever that I would like to stud out

  3. Sal

    Hi, I have a male boston terrier 14 months I am looking for a female French bulldog to breed with my dog but don’t know where to apply or where to find a female for my dog maybe someone can help me get some info thanks!

    1. Amanda Dilbeck

      Facebook groups are a easy and great place to look!

  4. Sean Sullivan

    I have a 5 year old male Chihuahua. His name is Snoop and he is 10lbs. We would like to mate him with another pure breed Chihuahua. Pure Breds only .

    Call Sean if interested.

  5. Kelly

    I’ve got a sweet little pug named Lillie bug, since she’s little I’d like to mate her with a smaller breed of her, but having problems with mating her, CAN SOMEONE HELP PLEASE! SHE’LL HAVE HER TIME SOON ID SAY IN A FEW MONTHS! SHE’S NOT MINE BUT BF N I WANT MY OWN, I CAN’T HELP IT, THE 16 YEAR OLD DIED N BROKE MY HEART SLEPT WITH ME N ME EVERY NIGHT KNEW WHEN I WAS UPSET, WELL HE GOT A BABY GIRL N SHE ABOUT 2& 1 /2 and after husband died I needed her, well puppy has been the most wonderful thing, but his n he wants to move on I think, so just wondering if there’s anyone out there PLEASE reply

    1. Shanequa Timmons

      Hi Kelly my name is Shaniqua and I have a sweet little male dog that I think will be great fit for your sweet little baby doll too so if you could give me a call or email back as soon as possible for we can talk about it I would love that and I have pictures we can exchange pictures no one’s obligated to do anything so if you could just take a chance and give me a call at 214-672-3014

  6. chanre

    I have a 3 year old french mastiff. huge. and weighs about 180 lbs. call if interested. Pure breeds only, This will be his first so Litter will be strong

  7. marija stevanovic

    We have a 1 year old Goldendoodle male, standard size.Looking to offer stud services for first pick of the litter. Same breed or Golden Retriever or Poodle standard or large breed only . Email if interested.

  8. Nicole

    I have a young male havanese toy poodle mix that I would like to breed once with the same breed or one of his half breeds. He is black with a little white. Wanting pick of the litter. This will be his first and only litter before having him neutered.
    Pensacola fl

    1. lisa Anderson

      Where are you located and is your dog still a stud

  9. Sandra

    I have a golden maltipoo. She’s 1 year old. I want her to have one litter and then she’ll be neutered. I’m looking for a maltipoo, Maltese or a Yorker. Any color.

    1. Bob

      I have Maltese 7 years old

      1. Shirley Slingerland

        I have a 3 yr old malshi and would like breed her once with a Maltese, shihzu, or another malshi. Interested?

        1. Spring Blossom

          Where are u? I have a young Maltese shitsu stud

      2. Robin

        I have a small female yorkie looking to breed her with a Maltese

        1. Lizette Marquez

          How small she is? Hi…I have one 5 pounds beautiful AKC Parti Yorkie. He just turn 5 years old, and I’m looking for a girlfriend for him.

    2. Michelle

      Hi Sandra, I just happened upon your message as my Maltipoo is getting ready for stud services soon. He’s adorable! All white with beautiful brown eyes.

    3. Jennifer

      Hi I have a stud Maltipoo male 3 years old pls contact me if you are interested

    4. Clarissa Chaney

      I have a male toy maltipoo. Will be his first time. He is almost 1 yr old. He’s cream colored tan ears.

  10. Kaitlyn Cepeda

    I have a 2 year old Golden labradoodle Male . I am interested in any poodle mix of any color Female medium sized. He is medium sized only about 25 lbs. Willing to offer stud services.
    Email if interested :)

    1. Ron Smith

      Hello Kaitlyn,
      MY name is Ron and I have a 25 pounds mini goldendoodle she just came in heat about 1 month ago. So I am starting my search for a stud dog for about
      early September. I was wondering where you are located (state) and if you had any photo’s of your dog. Thanks Ron

      1. Thelma Rozema

        I have a 10 month old mini golden doodle, pure bred, DNA tested, good health- up to date on all vaccinations. I am ready to have him neutered but willing to have him stud before.
        I am in Fort Myers Florida

  11. Wendy McWilliams

    I have a 7 year old KC registered field Cocker Spaniel, I would like a pure bred cocker pup from him. Please email me if interested, thanks

  12. nikki marshall

    I have a 1 1/2yr old registered black and rust-colored healthy 7lb male MinPin I would like to stud. Im in the Dallas metro area.

  13. Melissa Cocker

    I have a labradoodle . Cream to red in colour . Want to mate him . In time . Any colour poodle . Email if interested

  14. Mary O’Brien

    I have a gorgeous black cavoodle, his parents were pure breed miniature poodle and cavalier King Charles. He has the most beautiful nature. I would like to breed him with another cavoodle before we get him desexed. He is the sweetest boy

  15. Floyd

    I have Lagotto Romagnolo stud, 3 years old, dog show star, brown, looking for Lagotto dam

  16. Derek Burleigh

    I have a 4 yr old red cockerpoo I’m looking to stud he is a very loving and intelligent dog.

  17. Vicky V

    I’m in WA state. I have 2 females I’m looking to breed.

    I have a Maltese/Parti Yorkie mix and want to breed with a Maltese. The female is 8 lbs.

    The other female is 4 lbs. She is a Maltese/Yorkie mix. Because of her small size, I would like to breed with a small Maltese or Yorkie that is less than 4 lbs.

  18. Sharon West

    Have a year old American bully pitbull terrier speckled white and fawn lookin to offer stud services has pedigree, and vet info,very intelligent, obedient,has kind nature,charming,strong,observent,ready to eat any time u raddle a bag,have a extremely large dog house for the dams relaxation, have surveillance,inside,for stud and dams protection and owners peice of mind,$500 and pick of litter,if first attempt doesn’t produce pregnancy then second or third attempt is free

  19. Danielle

    I have a beautiful full blooded German Shepard I am seriously interested in studding. He has an amazing temperament as well as amazing colors and markings. Please contact me if your interested. He loves the ladies


    I have a one year old female purebred Lhasa apso and looking for male Lhasa apso for stud service. Would prefer tan colored male, my female is white, with black tips on ears and tail. I’m in San Antonio, Texas. Will breed and care for dam in my home.

  21. Tina J Morgan

    I have a black male mini poodle I want to mix with cocker spaniel. I have paperwork for 5 generations. He is ACA registered. He is only 6 months old. Looking to breed him when he is old enough. Only want to breed once for pick of litter.

    1. Tiana

      Hi , I have female Morkie 7 months old . She is 3,5 pounds now. Where is your location?

      1. Jenny Infosino

        I also have a 3lb teacup yorkie that is 5 months old and will be doing the same. Can you guys please tell me when they can do this? Mine is from alaska from a long standing breeder.. full breed

  22. Amanda Johnson-McBride

    I have aN American Staffordshire terrier male 3 years old fawn and white with white paws ready to mate now, 600$ and pick of litter only, contact us! Amanda Johnson-McBride

  23. Melissa Hogue

    I have a German shepherd purebred akc registered looking to start stud services with other German shepherds

    1. Teri lyn

      Can I ask where you are located? I have a female German Shepherd, looking for a male.

  24. Teri lyn

    I have a 2 1/2 year old pure breed female German Shepherd and I am looking for a stud. I live in Missouri.

    1. Wendy Roden

      I’m not sure if you are still needing a stud for your female but i have a 3 year old titled male imported from Czech. Has gone thru all the health testing and is DM Clear. He has his own page on the website that includes pictures, videos, pedigree, health reports and more.

      BH/VT IPG2, ZVV1, FPr2 (advanced tracking) KKL1 breed survey especially recommended for breeding

      We are located about 40 minutes south of North West Arkansas

  25. Richard Hibbler

    I have a 1 1/2 year old female yellow lab and I am looking for a male lab to breed with Rosie

    1. Susie Tabbara

      Richard, we have a gorgeous charcoal lab male that we would like to breed once before we neuter him. We’re offering free stud service in exchange for pick of the litter. We’re located in Moorpark, Ca. Please let me know if you’re interested and I can send you his pedigree and photos.

    2. Wendy Sander

      We have a gorgeous 2 1/2 year old chocolate lab. He hasn’t bred yet but has gotten his hips and elbows checked out and he’s all good. He is a solid, great looking dog. We are in Colorado. Have 4 generation pedigree. We can send pictures if interested

  26. Paige

    Looking for Stud Service Aussiedoodle…I have a beautiful registered Blue Merle with blue eyes, Australian Shepherd that I want to breed with a Red F1 Aussiedoodle. Location northern Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina. I

  27. Paula Giraldo

    I have a Standard Poodle and would like to know how to go about getting him started in the stud service. He’ll be 1yr old in November and want to get him ready for when he’s 1year old.

  28. Deborah Reed

    I do not advertise for any available stud of my breed. That can be genetic suicide for your breed. You need to know the dog you are breeding to, his pedigree and know all about the health tests that he has had and the results. You need to be able to not breed your bitch if the male does not meet your expectations. Start planning months before her season and find the right match for her. The bitch and stud should both be very good examples of their breed and in optimum health. Other wise you may have some unpleasant outcomes.
    I never pay a stud fee and give first pick. Personally, I am breeding to better my breed. I keep the best and sell the others with a spay neuter contract. So I would rather pay the stud fee.

  29. Asa L

    I am looking to mate my Dame toy poodle, red in color after her 1st heat. She is 4 months now…not sure where to look for a suitable sire.

    1. Jaelyn

      I have a blue Merle (mostly white) Havapoo, (2 years old) names whiskey. And I would love to speak via email if you are still interested.

  30. Jess

    My friend has a female black lab she is looking to breed soon. Looking for a lab stud for her if anyone knows of one!

  31. Marilyn Graham

    Chihuahua chocolate color/white markings, 4.5# for stud sevice. Cincinnati, Ohio area

  32. Brandon McCleese

    I have an extremely handsome and young XL American Bully ready for stud. He is fawn with a white belly, white paw tips and a white stripe down his nose. Temperament is incredible with excellent bone and muscle structure. He is obedient, loving, and observant. He is ABKC certified and has all of his papers. Stud fee is $500. Please DM @saint.thebully65 on Instagram for inquiries!

  33. Laura Jeffers

    Stunning Papillon I have a 14 month old male Papillon that has the ideal markings with a Double Grand Champion grandfather. Testing has been done and he is clean and clear. Looking for a dam.

  34. Rachel Michtavy

    We have an absolutely beautiful and well tempered and is the most lovable, sweet doggie ever. She is a Chiweenie and I would like to find a Chiweenie stud for her. She is just over two years old. Blond. Please let me know if you or someone you know would be interested. North Dakota. Denver area also. Thank you

  35. DeAnna Kapp

    I have a handsome male Irishdoodle. I would like to breed him. Looking for any Poodle, Irish setter or another Irishdoodle. Please contact me.
    [email protected]

  36. Yas Gonz

    I have a 1 year old Golden Retriever looking to offer stud services in the Kissimmee/Orlando area. He is golden with some red tones to him.
    Contact Yas

  37. Tomeka Bryant

    I have a handsome stud French bulldog. I would like to breed him with a girl French bulldog. Please contact me!


  38. Sabrina

    Champion Bloodline Purebred Rottweiler stud services available. He just turned 2 years old and has the most loving yet protective temperament. For pictures or any questions or interests, please text me at 442-303-2041. Thank you!

  39. Ashley

    I have a Welsh Corgi that I would love to breed before having him neutered. He is currently 9 months old. If you are interested please DM me on Instagram: NalaandJasper

  40. PorterHouse Siberians

    I breed amazing wooly siberian huskies! Find us on FB under PorterHouse Siberians!

  41. Makenzie

    Hi! I have a 10 month old doberman pinscher I am looking to stud. Anyone know of someone? Thanks so much!

  42. Maria Valdez

    Hi, Anyone who know where I can breed out my male boxer? This will be his first time, so I don’t know where to start? Thanks.

  43. Renee Rennie

    I have an Austrailian Labradoodle that I’d like to stud out. He’s 8 months old and this will be his first. How much should I charge and should I ask for pick of the litter?

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