I am pleased to announce we Have 5 Girls and 4 Boys Available.
1 Platinum Girl, 2 Platinum Boys, 2 Solid Blue Girls, 1 Solid Blue Boy, 2 Blue & Tan Girls, 1 Blue & Tan Boy.
These puppies ooze quality and have excellent lines including Rolex, Mr Vegas/Shrinkabulls, Hunter and all Puppies are Quad Carriers.
These have been brought up in a loving family home and all interact well with me and my family and no expense has been spared on bringing these stunning puppies up who will all be able to leave on the 11th of December 2020 when they are 8 weeks old.
All Puppies will be Vet Checked, Micro Chipped, Flea’d & Wormed and will have had their first Vaccination. Also all pups come with 5 weeks Insurance. They will leave with all their paperwork and puppy pack including toys, training pads, poop bags, treats and food.
Mum is Skyla aka Ms Taittenger (The Famous Mr Vegas Granddaughter) who is Blue & Tan Carrying Cream who can be seen when viewing the puppies.
Dad is Mr Platinum (Son of the famous Rolex) Lilac & Tan wrapped in Cream and is 4 panel health tested clear for DM, HUU, CMR1 and JHC
Please feel free to call, text,or WhatsApp me for more info.
Non refundable deposit of £500 now being taken to secure your puppy until collection.
1 Platinum Girl £4000
2 Platinum Boys £3500 (only 1 left, other has found its forever home)
2 Solid Blue Girls £3200
1 Solid Blue Boy £2600
2 Blue & Tan Girls £3200
1 Blue & Tan Boy £2600
Viewings via video call preferred due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19, These would work to appointment due to work schedule.
Circumstances considered for viewings following social distancing
CCTV and alarms on Site and Photo ID of each person must be sent before any viewing takes place.
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