Blue/tan boy and black/ tan girl ready soon. Puppies have been brought up in our home and both parents can be seen. They will have a vet health check, microchip and first vaccination. They have been wormed every 2 weeks are not registered but will have their pedigree.
They will come with insurance, food and a scent blanket. A non-refundable deposit of £200 is needed to reserve a puppy. If you are interested please tell me what sort of home you can offer.
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