Lovely and very healthy Labrador puppies for ready to go in a few days. They born on 18/02/2021 and will be ready to leave their mum on the 15/04/2021.
Both parents work in the security sector, very intelligent dogs, great to home as well and with another dogs. They are both from a champion family bloodline and has a wonderful, friendly temperament, well socialised (especially around children) and a beautiful coat.
The puppies are obedient, affectionate, loyal, reliable, vigilant, and easily trainable. All puppies are currents on vaccinations and health checked by a vet. Our puppies are growing up in a busy household and are exposed to everyday noises such as the tv, vacuum, etc. They are also handled and loved on daily by myself and friends and family and their children.
All will be KC registered, vet checked, microchipped, wormed, with their first vaccination when leaving. We also provide a puppy starter pack including bed, toys, a bag of food, and 5 weeks free insurance.
Can be collected from Braintree or CM7 2TG. If you think you can provide the puppy with love, care and a 5 star home look no further.
Any questions write to me or call.
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