my puppies they are now ready today for their new homes.1 boy & 1 girl left 8 weeks old .Happy ,lively , beautiful puppies , both parents are our family pets .Have had their first vaccinations & microchipped . Health check advisory is they do have ‘a soft umbilical hernia’ which mum also has and isn’t an issue, if you choose to neuter your dog it will be corrected during the procedure.Videos can be sent on request ,viewings as per Covid rules , doorstep only no touching puppies.Payment will be via bank transfer.Based in Eltham SE9
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