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We would like to announce the birth of our beautiful litter of golden labrador Puppies. Molly has given birth to 9 beautiful pups, 3 Females and 6 Males. A couple of the males are more of a fox Red
Molly is a KC registered Labrador with a 5 generation pedigree. With a good breading blood line she has great temperament and is she extremely healthy and active. She has been brought up around children and is a very much loved family pet.
Sire is also a full KC registered Labrador with 5 generation with a good breeding blood line, he also has a very good temperament and who is a much loved family pet
All Puppies will have had their 1st injections. They will be wormed, and flead They will also be micro chipped. All pups are strong and healthy
All puppies will leave with with a small bag of puppy food and a blanket with mums and other puppies scent on
We require £700 non refundable deposit to secure your chosen pup,
Puppies ready to leave mum around the 1st May if you have any questions please drop me a message and I will be happy to help
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