We are very sadly having to rehome our wonderful 1 year old female Puggel due to a change in family circumstances, she is full trained and very obedient..well socialised with other dogs and people, raised with another dog and children.. she is just
an amazing little girl who we will be so sad to see go
We will not let her go to just anyone hence we are asking for payment of £600 which we will be donating to the dogs trust .. we just need to see commitment to her this is why we are asking for this payment she was bought from a breeder In Kent last January for £3000 as This breed is very sought after
She has had regular vet check ups is spayed chipped and all her vacations are up to date
Please contact me by phone or text for more information.
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