Digger READY TO LEAVE NOW
Digger a little black pug! Thats comes from a litter of four but being the only little boy.
He loves to run round bouncing about with his mum and sisters!
He is now the only one left and in need of loving forever home!!!!!
puppies have been raised in a home environment around kids lots of people and even a cat!
Both have had there 1st vaccine second vaccine booked, they have been microchipped, wormed and have been treated for fleas.
Mum is our family pet that we love more than anything! she's well behaved and very loving never shy and ready to do anything! Mum dose not even need a lead to walk half of the time( where it is safe to do so).
Dad isn't ours but is a lovely chap!
For any concerns pups have been kept back for longer due to not wanting to sell during everything that's been going on! we really wanted to know people would have the time for them when back at work etc
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