I am so happy to announce that my shar pai has finally had her first kc litter and had 4 beautiful puppies all different colours. These pups are known for their great bloodline, loyalty and cleanliness. I take pride in making sure these pups have the best upbringing to the highest standard possible. Our chocolate shar pei is called Narla who is 3 years old and is in great health. She has taken becoming a mother for the first time exceptional providing her pups with all the love and attention they need. The pups are being brought up in a loving family environment and around children surrounding them. Narla has all of her kc papers that can be provided, she's not had any previous health conditions and is in great condition who is loved dearly.
Narla teamed up with George the blue beast. Who also comes from a great bloodline, he is also in good condition, and had all health checks cleared. they have produced 2 very rare flowered females and also a black girl and a blue boy shar pei who takes after his father George. They are truly amazing.
The puppies were born on the 17/1/21 and will be able to leave for their forever home on the 14/3/21. All puppies will be micro chipped with their first vaccination and come with there very own puppy pack.
We are happy to answer any further questions you may have regarding the puppies over the telephone or video call. If you want to come and visit we can arrange but obviously due to Covid there will be guidelines in place to follow.
white and blue flowered girl (blue spots) £3000
white and black flowered girl (black spots)3000
black girl £2000
blue big boy £2000 (reserved)
We are willing to take a deposit of £200 pound to secure the dog for you which will be none refundable.
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