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Breed:Golden Retriever Studs
Age:4 Years
Stud Fee:$1,500
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Updated on:11/13/2018
Contact Info
Owner:Heroes Gold
Name:Nancy H.
Location:Elmhurst, IL 60126
We are very pleased to present Born To Be Free Jet Life Sailor, as an available proven Stud Dog in the United States. Sailor came to us when he was 10 weeks old, from Kennel Born To Be Free in Germany. We thank Paul and Heike, his breeders, for trusting us with this charming boy. Sailors excellent health, along with his delightful temperament, make him not only an excellent choice as a Stud Dog, but a joy for us to live with, here in our home in Illinois. Sailor weighs 84 pounds, with heavy bone. He has had all his health screenings completed. OFA hips - Preliminary/Excellent - 2 year/Good, OFA Elbows - Normal, OFA Heart - Normal/Clearcardiologist, OFA Eyes - Normal/Clear, OFA Full Dentition, PRA 1, PRA 2, and Ichthyosis ALL Normal/Clear through parentage Sailor would be a wonderful addition to a quality breeding program. We do not offer natural breeding with Sailor, but shipped Fresh Chilled Semen is offered to approved females throughout the USA, as well as Artificial Insemination for breeders that live within driving distance. Through my 29 years of Veterinary Hospital experience, I work closely with our Reproduction Specialist, and qualified Veterinary Technicians, to achieve healthy litters. We do have a contract, explaining all details, if you should find you are interested in Sailor. Sailors most recent semen analysis was completed this year, with excellent results, suitable for shipping. More information and photographs of Sailor and his offspring can be seen on our website www.heroesgold.com on the Puppies, Families, and Litters Sired By Heroes Gold Males pages. I am always happy to answer any questions you may have about Sailor, his offspring, and his services. LATEST NEWS... Sailor has sired 8 litters in 2017, all across the USA - Ohio, California, Alabama, Wisconsin, Idaho, and 3 litters in Texas. Sailor has sired 14 litters, all across the country in 2018, as of October 15th, and there are 2 litters expected before the end of the year.