BLUE AND WHITE BOY NOW RESERVED
we have some stunning puppies from lilac colour to a true deep blue all will be looking for there new forever home on the 12/11/2020
all puppies will be wormed every 2 weeks till 8 weeks.
will be vet checked.
have first jabs.
the puppies are from a very good blood line but will not be registered. you are welcome to see a copy of the Dads American reg papers. pictures of him are attached.
the puppies are raised in the family home and can be viewed with there mum.
as usual a deposit secures your puppy. More pics to follow as they grow.
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