Ready to go on the 23rd November
We have a litter of 10 stunning chunky solid ALL BLUE pups . 4 girls 6 boys. Both parents are imports and can be seen together they are both my dogs, Both healthy with great temperaments & raised around children. Both a great example of the cane Corso breed.
We are taking deposits £500 to secure your pup (non refundable)
Puppies will leave
Flead & wormed
Puppies will be ready from 23rd November
Serious buyers only.
Pink : girl
Green : boy (SOLD)
Silver : boy
Red : boy (SOLD)
Light blue : boy (SOLD )
Navy blue : boy
Brown : boy
Yellow : girl
Purple : girl
Orange : girl
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