Yes it may take some time and you want a good bitch for him as well. It does change the character one they are mated, not that I have personal experience but both my breeders have said so. Hektor's Dad who was brought into Britain as a stud, he had such a good pedigree, well when my breeder was looking for a home for him as she could not keep him with his replacement. I had to sadly say no, as Hektor is the chip of the block and I doubt he would be happy with another dog, he might tolerate a bitch but I am onky having him. I would alos chekc if there is a breed register in Malaysia, that way you can all the pedigree's. I can tell you though that it dpesn't make much difference, Hektor has a great pedigree but he has allergies, he had entropian which is the eyelids turning into the eye, and lastly last year a cataract removed at considerable cost. Just as well we adore him.Best of luck, Helena and Hektor
Glad to help Anil, we had one lady in Malaysia who bred because one of the other members had ordered a pup but had to cancel because of family problems, Name like Miah I think, but not quite right I think. Unfortunately I have lost my original friends list, she was on it. Helena
Welcome Anil and Champy, as you have given your address as Selangor, Malaysia. Pop a look down to the Club section on the left hand of the welcome page, you will find we have an enormous club who will be able to assist Champy in finding a mate. Helena and Hektor
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