As a part of our kennel closure, we have TWO BREEDING UNITS of semen available from:Nat’l & Int’l CH Marquis-Harmony Mtn Ace’s HighBlue Standard PoodleDOB 4/13/09AKC PR12971403DNA Profile V577764https://ofa.org/advanced-search/?appnum=1372952Outside of CERF and Thyroid clearances, Ace is:vWD ClearNEwS Carrier, should only be bred to dogs Clear/Normal for NEwSDM Carrier, should only be bred to dogs Clear/Normal for DM20th percentile hips, but several dogs with Good to Excellent are in his line as evidenced by https://ofa.org/advanced-search/?appnum=1372952. We rehomed Ace before he was old enough for OFA hip testing. We currently own a dog that was in the 10th percentile at the same age Ace was tested (6 months), and he was rated Good by OFA at 2 years of age.Sire: Am CH DancingCloud Maximus, PR00262402, https://ofa.org/advanced-search/?appnum=1099783Dam: GRCH Marquis Diamond Miss Conduct, PR07579803, https://ofa.org/advanced-search/?appnum=1287722We never completed Ace’s testing because he was endlessly bullied and picked on by an older dog in our pack (one that had lived with us for many years). Because we don’t kennel our dogs, Ace was rehomed at almost 2 to avoid conflict, with the understanding that they would pay for a semen draw when he was 2. Two breeding units were collected at that time.He was never bred. His two breeding units of semen are being offered for sale as a part of our kennel closure. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Serious buyers only. Semen is currently stored at Frozen in Time (Lincoln, CA). Current storage fee is $75 annually.During the short time we had him, Ace was a loveable boy with amazing agility and beauty. He was easily titled by the International All-Breed Canine Association of America. Unfortunately, we did not keep up with Ace after he was rehomed.