SOLD stunning male shar pei puppies looking for there forever home last out of a litter of 6 mom and dad can both be seen flead,wormed, and injections to date microchipped his eyes have been done 6 weeeks old due to leave the 2nd December £200 deposit required if you would like to know any think messege me I am happy to answer any questions
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