From our litter of 5 we have 2 little ones left to secure their forever homes. One boy £1200 and one girl £1500. They are ready to go to their new homes from the 12th January. All have been socialised with other dogs a cat and children. They are moltless little lap dogs. I have links to Newport South Wales and travel with work so can travel if fuel is covered. All covid masks and distance will be met.
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