Bjorn is available for breeding, but not to all females. As he is high quality dog, our obligation is to 'give him' only to females in standard. I always say that there is NO PERFECT dog on this world, but breeding is an art and we need to tend breeding dogs as close to standard as it's possible. Bjorn has excellent breeding licence and it is valid for whole his life. He is perfectly in standard, with no missing teeth, both testicles in scrotum, with excellent body and the most important: with excellent temperament and health. Females always give much more to next generations, but great female won't give great litters with under average males. Sometimes years of breeding and studying are not enough, because gene pooles can be lottery. My work is to keep my promises as a responsible breeder - breed healthy females, study your lines for breeding and give your males only to 'almost perfect' females.
Females needs to have: - valid breeding licence (if the country asks for them) - HD and ED free - MDR1 and DM clear (carrier possible) - needs to fit to standard and with no agression or frightening