I have a beautiful litter of red F1b (F1 Labradoodle x Miniature Poodle) labradoodle puppies. I have both girls and boys available. They are simply adorable and will be ready for their forever homes on 9th May 2021.
I have a young family and puppies are being raised in my family home. Puppies are handled and played with daily, used to cats and other dogs. With the hustle and bustle of family life, puppy will be very well socialised by the time comes for their forever home and will make an ideal pet whether it be a new addition to a family home or for companionship.
Puppies colour is rare. Mum is an F1 apricot/red miniature labradoodle and Dad is a rich red miniature poodle.
As a result of putting mum back with a poodle, puppies coats are showing signs of being very curly /wavy which means that they are likely to be an extremely low malt dog, if at all. In terms of likely size of puppy, it is extremely hard to predict. However, as both mum and dad are on the small to medium size of miniature (a nice medium size) it is likely puppy will follow suit.
Both mum and dad have the relevant medical certificates. Dad is PRA clear and mum’s hip score is incredibly low. Copies of pedigree and health paperwork will be made available in puppy pack.
Puppy will come with 4 weeks free pet insurance with PET PLAN, will be VET checked, microchipped and will be fully up to date with worming programme. Puppy will have first vaccination, but it is imperative your VET is contacted to ensure their vaccination product is compatible.
If you would like to view the puppies, please do not hesitate to get in touch. A non-refundable deposit of £500 will secure your puppy.
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