Polish Lowland sheepdog BREEDERS

Domlina Pons

Domlina Pons

5405, rue Dugal
Boischatel (Québec)  G0A 1H0
Tel.: 418-822-3953
E-mail: pon@domlina.com

Domlina Pons, breeders of show and companion puppies.
Parents are certified for eyes and hips by OFA.

Our puppies leave with: a written guarantee of 2 years, they are vet inspected, dewormed and have their first set of vaccinations. They are also microchipped for identification, registered with the Canadian Kennel Club and are sold under a non-breeding agreement unless meeting certain requirements. Our puppies are home-raised, well socialized and spoiled to death.

Breeder member of the Canadian Polish Lowland Sheepdog Club.
Puppies Available in the Fall of 2017.
For more details, please visit our website at: www.domlina.com

POLISH LOWLAND SHEEPDOG BREEDERS BY REGION
(PROVINCE/STATE/COUNTRY)

Alberta

Ontario

Quebec

Nova Scotia

United States

    None listed at this time

International

    None listed at this time


IMPORTANT NOTE:

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In addition to the Breeders listed here, the Breed Clubs generally include listings of member Breeders on their web sites and, if not, then a listing can usually be obtained either by e-mail or telephone. We do not randomly add Breeders to any listing. All Breeders listed have requested to be included either via a general link or paid advertising.

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