So we have a beautiful f2 merle bullpei shes daughter of Donald Trump's and my bullpei this is not a normal bullpei this is 75% bullpei the only other bullpei like this in the country is the last litter , this will grow in a beautiful medium sog I have grown photos of the previous litter if you would like to see
This pup is like a bear shes fluffy and merle so far the been no issues with our pups in health wise
This pup will come
We only had a singleton this and this will me our girl last bread so this is gonna be the last of Donald Trump bullpeis !
The will be a small deposit of £300
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