fox red and yellow Labrador retriever puppies. mum is our family pet she also a working dog goes on shoots with my partner is from a working background. she is kc reg with excellent hip score. dad is a kc reg stud dog in a family background with also excellent hip score.
pups are now 3 weeks old.
we have 5 girls and 2 boys a mixture of fox red and yellow they are with my children most days and are already very loving and playful.
pups will come with:
*5 weeks free insurance
*All copies of parents paperwork including hip score paperwork.
*Full health check.
*Flea treated and worming upto 12 weeks.
*Come 1st jab.
*Puppy pack with food, goodies,toys and scent blanket.
and a life time of help and information anything thing you need.
All we ask is enjoy and watching them grow.
We have chosen not to register them with kc as they are family pets.
Thank you so much
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