I have a litter of two beautiful boys one chunky tan and white one black and white
colour will change as they mature
THESE ARE NOT READY TO LEAVE YET
Dad is a stud and mum my family pet but she had complications during birth and unfortunately died 4 days after.. we are heartbroken about this so are in no rush to let the pups go as we want loving homes for them.. We are currently Handrearing them and they are doing very well.
They are bottle fed regularly but are being socialised with other dogs as I have other dogs my other female is mothering them now and again. There brother from the very first litter she had lived here with us and is 2 now and can be seen.
Hes a lovely playful boy
They will leave at 8 weeks old.. FOREVER HOMES ONLY
Long coat chihuahuas
FOOD TOYS AND A Blanket WILL LEAVE WITH THEM
THEY WILL ALSO HAVE HAD THERE FIRST INJECTION AND VET CHECK
THESE WILL BE STUNNING ONCE GROWN AS THEY ARE, ALREADY SUPER CUTE
THEY CAN BE VIEWED AT 4-5WEEKS AND DEPOSITS LEFT
£500 DEPOSIT SECURES
DEPOSIT IS NOT REFUNDED UNLESS PUP IS FOUND TO HAVE SOMETHING WRONG OR IS NOLONGER AVAILABLE DUE TO HEALTH
Once you've chosen and left your deposit for your chosen pup I allow visits and also send picture and video updates via WhatsApp so u can see them grow and share your exciting build up to taking your new baby home
dad is the sand colour Longcoat
Brother from another litter is brown and tan
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