I have a little boy and little girl that is ready to leave on the 17th December that need there loving forever homes, There is a £500 deposit that must be paid ASAP to hold your puppy, first to pay deposit secures the puppy, as I’ve been let down a few times already. Puppies will be health checked, flead, wormed, microchipped and have there first vaccinations tomorrow ready for when they leave. Dam is KC registered but sire isn’t although his parents was so these are pure bred rottweilers.
A questionnaire will be required to be filled out which is sent via email, this is just to ensure the welfare of the pups and that they will get everything they need. If there is anything else you’d like to know about please don’t hesitate to ask. Thankyou
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