A cute litter of 4 puppies.2 boys and 1girls looking for a safe home forever.
They are short-legged Jack Russel terriers and are good with children and other dogs. They are also calm and playful.
All puppies will be wormed, flea treated, microchipped, vet checked and 1st vaccination.
The puppies will all be ready on the 2nd of June. The non-refundable deposit is £300 which can be paid for online.
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