Our family puggle Lolly has had her first litter of 5 gorgeous puggles. Dad is a kc registered full platinum pug.
2 girls and 3 boys
1 black girl
1 charcoal boy
1 fawn girl
1 fawn boy
1 platinum boy
Puppies are 4 weeks old and will be ready for their forever homes 10th feb onwards. They have been brought up well socilaised with children and other dogs. All puppies will be vet checked, microchipped and will have had first vaccinations. Puppies are £2000. £500 non-refundable deposit to secure your fur baby. Wales are currently in lockdown so viewing can be made over facetime/messenger/whats app. Any questions please feel free to contact me.
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Carry out the research so you have the necessary knowledge of the pet you are getting. Since owning a dog is a big commitment, you should research about the breed fully to make sure it fits your current lifestyle and budget.
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Chocolates pose as a health hazard to our furry companions. However, some of the common beliefs about chocolate poisoning are exaggerated. For instance, ingesting it can immediately cause poisoning, which is not always the case. The effect of chocolate toxicity depends on the size of the pets and the type and quantity of chocolate that they have eaten. Know how much is too much and what types of chocolates are more toxic for your pet.
Canine elbow dysplasia is a disease that occurs due to multiple skeletal growth problems of the elbow. Puppies, large dogs, and giant dog breeds are more prone to developing this health condition. Elbow dysplasia is an uncomfortable and excruciating experience for any dog. Read on to learn what causes elbow dysplasia in dogs, how to diagnose it, how to treat it, and how to prevent it.
Cruelty to animals is never acceptable. However, there are still countries that fail to promote and uphold animal rights, and Switzerland is one of them. To address this harrowing problem, the Foundation for the Animal in Law also known as Tier im Recht (TIR) created an anti-animal cruelty campaign.
It is a funny sight to see your dog spinning round and round whilst chasing his tail. However, there is more to this behaviour than a just fun game for him. Have you ever asked yourself, why do dogs chase their tails? Here are the six most common reasons: