Labrador cross Japanese Akita
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The puppies are ready for there forever homes.
First to view will not be disappointed they are adorable and so affectionate.
Beautiful, cute, playful, friendly litter.
These will make perfect companions / best friends. Will be great to train.
1 Male sold
Rest are females 3 brown unique colours and markings and 1 cream available.
Mum is a our beautiful Labrador she has a lovely temperament, great with other animals and children. Loves a fuss and cuddles.
Dad is a Japanese Akita friendly, playful, needs long walks, great with children / other animals, unfortunately due to separation of my partner he will not be able to be viewed with pups but I have photos and any information needed of him as he lived with me.
Mum will be seen with puppies .
All are weaned onto solid foods
using newspaper but can’t guarantee they will be toilet trained .
Each puppy will be Flead and wormed prior to collection, a puppy pack ( containing starter food blanket bowl etc ) and they are microchipped.
I’m looking for loving forever homes for these babies to go to all have been bought up around cats dogs and children in a loving family environment . They will be well loved and will be greatly missed by my family.
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