2 white girls once with a small patch of tail and the other with grey markings down her back, both gorgeous
Black and white boy
Been around family and children since the day they were born, they are lovely puppies used to lots of love and attention! They will be microchipped and wormed, they are ready to go at 8 weeks on the 18th December, first lot of injections will be due roughly a week after as advised.
Feel free to message to arrange to come view, I can send more photos, videos, and info. Mum and dad can both be seen with them.
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