Parents are family pets, extremely good temperaments. Great with children and other animals.
Mum is a white and apricot Cavachon
Dad is a black Pomchi
Will be ready to leave 26/09 and will be vet checked with their first set of jabs and microchipped. All pups will also leave with 4 weeks free PetPlan insurance.
Flea and worming treatment will be kept on top of.
To reserve a puppy we are asking for a £500 non refundable deposit. This will be deducted from the final amount which must be paid before collection.
You will also be asked to provide photographic ID and a recent utility bill as proof of address. We feel extremely strongly about these pups going to loving forever homes. For those reading who are genuine i'm sure you won't have any issues with this :)
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