Dareios laty mery imp from cz republic

Breed: Birman


We Imported Dareios from the CZ Republic to lower the inbreeding for our kittens and hopefully give them a healthier start in life He is a Blue point and carries chocolate. Both Dareios Parents have been tested for PKD HMC FELV and both Neg Dareios is also tested Negative FELV. Dareios was shown once under fife International Judges as a kitten he was nominated for BIS kitten winning a diploma and medal he came second to a Main coon it was a nice Achievement. Dareios Grand Sire on sires side is also GR INT CH & GR European CH Grand sire on his Mothers side is a European CH winning many BOVs and BISs Both his Grandparents are International CH Dareios inbreeding is 23.98Pr cent His Father is a Spanish CH his Mother is a Austrian CH His pedigree can be viewed on www world of birmans co uk where you can also do a trial mating with your Queen and Dareios to see what the inbreeding will be for your kittens IF to high then look for a Stud that will lower the inbreeding dont go higher than you already have. Dareios is DNA Tested A and is fully vaccinated he is at Limited Stud to Queens on the Active Register and fully Vaccinated the Stud house is Heated and they have heated beds night light the Queens has separate Quarters but they can see each other as the partition is of hard clear Perspex and can be viewed on my web site we have had Dareios two years now and he has given us some fantastic kittens that can be seen on my web they are nice strong kittens and nicely marked for show.


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Pete & Sue White

Website: www.bluducati-birmans.co.uk

Tel: 01271865395

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