I have a beautiful 100 percent Pekenesse puppy for sale she is used to other dogs children and socialised with other family’s and dogs, she is a little sweetheart no complaints she likes to tickle your feet and loves having a bath for some reason viewing is okay if you want to see her..... in the Burnley area...... the price could be negotiable but the price I set is the price she is worth. I can send videos photos ect......
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