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 ak2010
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10/15/2013 9:51:35 AM reply with quote send message to ak2010 Object to Post  

Looking to finish any dogs except for Border Collies

Prices:
Sessioned dogs: $150
Partly sessioned dogs: $200
Not Sessioned dogs: $300

Will take as much sessioned dogs as I can happy :)

Thanks!
 Awesome Dogzz
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10/22/2013 9:22:40 AM reply with quote send message to Awesome Dogzz Object to Post

I have one dog that I need finished.
 ak2010
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10/23/2013 6:11:42 AM reply with quote send message to ak2010 Object to Post

Please pm me happy :)
 Selma Kennel
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11/5/2013 5:48:11 PM reply with quote send message to Selma Kennel Object to Post

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I don't need any finished and sold back to me, but if you are interested in buying, showing, and keeping/selling/FHing, I have a few that may interest you.

I am expecting some really great show pups from both my Lab litter (due Sunday), and my Bullmastiff litter (due Friday). If you would be interested in showing a puppy out of ether litter, please read my reservation rules on my kennel slogan, and pm me. I also have a few dogs of various breeds of which I have acquired to session, and show. If you would like one of them (I have a fully sessioned Great Dane, and a fully sessioned Boxer) than please don't be afraid to offer. I will most likely say "yes" They will also make some really good breeding dogs!
Have a wonderful day!
Selma

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Last edited by Selma Kennel on 11/5/2013 5:49:08 PM

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