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PLANNED LITTERS

(NZ: B2500824)


 

Next Molema Mua Rôo litters planned for autumn 2017.

 

 

For more information about the litter, you can phone me or email me.

  • Each and every litter born at Molema Mua Rôo is the result of a very deep and detailed study of the sire´s and dam´s pedigrees. I take a lot of time to decide which breeding will be the most suitable, the one that will combine the best of the male and of the female... so, a Molema Mua Rôo puppy can never be the result of the chance but a consequence of a serious work.
  • I look for correct breed type, structure, movement, health and temperament.
  • My aim is Quality and not quantity. In fact I breed very few litters, no more than one litter per year and not even every year.  The parents of our puppies are always in excellent health when they are bred. All of our dogs have their hips and elbows checked and are found to be clear of any defect before being bred. They are also mentally tested, all of them have obtained with flying colours the TAN, a test organised by the Rhodesian Ridgeback Club of France.
  • All the puppies born at Molema Mua Rôo are handed over with their own written health sale contract, record of vaccinations and worming certified in their individual health books, micro-chipped and in good health and physical condition when they leave us.
  • I select potential owners very carefully, as to make sure my puppies are placed in the best possible homes, so please do not be offended if I ask a lot of questions.  The safety and lives of my puppies at their new homes is of extreme importance to me.
  • I ask the new owners of my puppies to keep in contact with me and call me if they ever have questions about the dog or a funny story to share. I love updates on how my puppies are developing. 
  • My puppies go to their new homes on an individual basis depending on their specific needs. Generally they leave between 8 and 10 weeks. 
  • If the puppies have to travel abroad they leave with almost 4 months with all the health requirements for the new country and of course they are socialized from 2 to 4 months going to regular classes in a puppy school as well as going for walks to the village and countryside.

If you are interested in one of my puppies, please contact me for more information:

info@molemamuaroo.com

+34 696 41 45 64

 

 
   
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