We are excited to announce our litter of 5 beautiful blue fawn chows who’s looking for their forever 5* homes
They are very friendly and are being brought up alongside other dogs and children with 24hrs love and care
All our chows are KC Registered
They will be ready to leave 24th January 2021
Mother is cinnamon carrying blue gene & father is fawn carrying blue and cream gene
All our puppies will come health checked , 1st vaccination, flead and wormed, microchipped and have lifetime support and advice
No time wasters or picture collectors
Blue-fawn girl £4000 SOLD
Blue-fawn boy (green) £3500 SOLD
Blue-fawn boy (pink&green)£3500
Blue-fawn boy (yellow&black)£3500
Blue-fawn boy (white)£3500
Please contact for more info
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