Gorgeous litter of Merle Pugs, 1 cream Merle girl, 1 black girl and 1 black boy. Probably fluffy. boys.
Mum is our fawn Pedigree Club Pug who is extremely mellow in nature. Dad is a rare Merle chocolate and cream Teddy Bear Pug.
Mum and Dad can be met as at home with us.
The puppies will be ready at 8 weeks of age, on Jan 27th
They will be vet checked again at 8 weeks, first vaccination (Lepto 4) and micro chipped with worming and flea protection up to date.
Puppies should be “pee pad” trained by 8 weeks also.
Puppy pack also included with 4 weeks free insurance
£150 deposit required.
Not registered breeder as only 2 litters a year max. Local Council does not give out exemption certificates when I asked
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