Up for sale are pug puppies. They're from two well-natured loving pugs. The mum and dad are both my dogs which can be seen on viewing.
They'll be coming with a wee starter pack of some small toys, bowl, puppy pads and wee collar (which is for identification to not be used when older as they're best on harnesses). They'll be wormed, flea treated and their first injections before leaving. Also will come microchipped in my name till ready to go which will be discussed and details changed when they go.
The second injection will be paid for by myself so these puppies will be ready to go when they're required for the next injection. The puppies will be registered at Vets and the injection will be paid to them.
This is a very hard decision, which is far from easy as I'm a massive dog lover and would love to keep them all but having 2 already and struggling for space just now. I'd like them to go to homes which the person will keep in touch and show me they grow.
Of course, this isn't a must but it would be great to be able to have someone who will keep in touch.I'd prefer the pups to go to a family setting where there will be plenty of cuddles and love. What pugs thrive on as their mum and dad love nothing more than a big fuss and a cuddle and a stroke.
The pups are doing well to pad training 7/10 times they'll use the pads so should hopefully be easy enough to have them use pads for their toilets. Though pugs can be stubborn so a little patience is needed.T
he mum and dad are a great set of pugs who are well natured, they're great with children. They love being the centre of attention and love nothing more than a big fuss. The mum and dad will be there on viewing so can be seen and met when viewing.
Due to covid 19 circumstances, all social distancing will apply. Gloves will be worn by myself and I'll leave a box for anyone wanting to handle the pups when seeing them.
Dogs are for life so please take into consideration when viewing and taking pugs and working long hours can be a struggle. Good homes apply within.
Thanks for reading if any questions please don't hesitate to ask. The price reflects ongoing rates. Plus all injections and starter packs included. Mum and Dad can be seen
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