3 brindle boys & 1 brindle girl left. We have a lovely healthy litter of frenchies, 7 little bundles of joy 6 pups are Fawn Brindle carrying Tan, Cocoa, Intensity & Pied, possibly carrying Blue & Testable Chocolate. ( 4 boys ) ( 2 girls )
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1 pup is Sable/Fawn carrying Tan, Cocoa, Intensity & Pied, possibly carrying Blue & Testable Chocolate. ( girl )
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The mother (Oreo)lives with us in our busy family home, we love her to bits she’s such a character, father is a chocolate n tan beauty (buddy)who can be seen by photos copy & paste for video of father https://youtu.be/pBZ1SGYSyHM
Puppies will be kc registered, microchipped, vet health checked, 5 week kennel club insurance, flead & wormed and have there 1st vaccinations.
They will leave with a puppy pack which will include toy,food, etc, a bit bedding which will have there mother’s and siblings scent on which will help puppies settle into there forever homes.
Ready to leave on 22nd March
Asking £2200 girls, £2000 boys
Will add more pictures as puppies grow.
Anymore questions just ask.
Fawn girl sold.
Brindle girl sold (pink collar)
Brindle boy sold (grey collar)
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