Here I have a beautiful litter of F2 labradoodle puppies.
Mother is a gorgeous cream labradoodle, She has a fantastic temperament and is amazing with children and other dogs.
Father is a black labradoodle, he is fully health tested, has a good hip score of 11 (5.6), elbows 0:0 and current clear BVA eye test certificate (July 2020) He has a wonderful temperament and is amazing with children and other dogs.
I have 7 black girls, 2 apricot and 3 black boys that will be ready to go to their new homes on 25th January 2021. All puppies will leave fully wormed, flea treated and microchipped.
A deposit of 20% (£500) will be required to hold your puppy until they’re ready to leave mummy end of January.
Any more questions please don’t hesitate to message on here, text or call me.
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