Only one left already: little black boy with a blaze from chin to belly.
Amongst the highest quality pups for sale at present, proper working pedigree pups with lots of FTCH.
They will be ready 08/03. The parents are both KC registered working dogs (stud is a gamekeepers dog and dam is on a working shoot farm). Mother lives in a home with children and this is where the pups are being raised. Stud is FN PRA clear mother clear by hereditary. Puppies will be wormed and flead. Grandmother can also be seen.
Obviously because we’re in lockdown and vets are open for emergencies only they are not docked.
Puppies can be viewed by zoom or FaceTime video call.
Potential owners will be interviewed on their suitability for owning dogs and in particular this lively breed. These dogs are not just lockdown puppies but are looking for happy homes for maybe 16 years!
The puppies are raised in the family home with children handling them daily. They are already starting toilet training.
This is my dog’s second litter, first pedigree litter. You can rest assured that she’s not overbred and the puppies are pedigree registered. She’s aged six years old.
I am looking to run WhatsApp/FaceTime/zoom video calls from this weekend for all interested parties.
Under current restrictions I can deliver the pup, free within east anglia and with surcharge elsewhere. They will not be rehomed until microchipped and first vaccine. You will have a months free insurance and a puppy pack including litter bedding.
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