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Our lovely chocolate Labrador has given birth to seven gorgeous puppies, five of them yellow and two black. They were born on the 9th of January.
Girls : Pink collar (yellow), Blue collar (Yellow) , Tan collar (Black) and Teal collar (Yellow)
Boys : Green Collar (Black) , Red Collar (Yellow) and Black Collar (Yellow)
This is mums first litter which she hasn’t had any issues with. She has had all relevant health checks and all results came back fine. She has a loving ,calm temperament and lives in the house along with myself, my partner and our 12 year old. Mum is four years old and COI check for both parents came back at 0%.
Dad is a yellow Labrador and this is also his first litter, he is three years old. He too has had all relevant health check that came back great. He also belongs to ourselves and he too is a family pet. He lives inside our home also and has an equally great temperament.
The puppies will be ready to leave us on the 20th of March after their second vaccinations.
They will also leave us microchipped, wormed,flead and with a puppy pack.
The puppy pack will contain a small fleece blanket, 2 dishes, further fleeing and worming treatment aswell as some of the food they are used too.
All enquiries welcome.
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