Here is our beautiful litter of 3 little pomchi female puppies.
Mum is full long haired chihuahua & is our family pet and can be seen with the puppies. This is her first little shes 3 years old.
Dad is a full pomeranian, not our pet.
Puppies will come with puppy pack which will include dog toy, blanket with mum & siblings scents, some of the food they will be eating, microchipped & with there first round of injections. They will be wormed and flead before leaving here.
Wanting them to be with a family/person/people that will love and cherish them as we will for the start of there lives.
Pups will be ready to leave on the 27th of November.
Non refundable deposit of £500 will be required to hold a puppy. I will update pictures as the weeks go on so you can see there journey x
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