Updated: Now 3 girls and 2 boys available.
Hello future puppy owner,
My name is Miura. I am a very proud mummy of 7 healthy puppies.
I'm gonna tell you a bit about myself first.... :)
I'm a 5 years old working labrador (I'm called working lab because of my physic I don't actually work. I make my humans work so they can buy me all the foodies).
I live in Chesterfield with my husband and 2 adopted sisters.
When my humans first brought me home I was very little and there was this very handsome blond show labrador male living here and even though I was small I knew there was something special about him. His name is Miata and as I grew older I knew he was the love of my life, with his soft hair, his honey eyes and his exotic accent (Miata is foreign you see, which my doctor is very happy about because our gene pool is larger and puppies tend to be healthier). We have been together since forever and we had 3 litters (this is the third and last).
Now here comes the important part,
my humans love me, my husband and my adopted sisters very much. And we love them. And I am looking for familes that will give the same love to my puppies. We all sleep on the sofa, we are never left outside and we eat 20 days mature rib eye for Christmas. We are family!
Neither me, my older puppies nor my hubby were ever ill (we might have thrown up from things we shouldn't have eaten but that is a different story).
My puppies will not stay this small forever, they will eat and bite and destroy important stuff (even if you are paying attention, like I did), they will wee on your carpet (trust me), they will pull on the lead (they will!).
So if you are not willing to be patient and train them and give them your time to adjust, if your carpet, your things and your holidays are too important for you then I am sorry but my puppies aren't for you.
I will decide if you are suitable for my puppies and not the other way around.
Please remember that lockdown will be over and that is not the time to rehome my puppies as you just realised working from home isn't a thing.
I had 3 girls and 4 boys. They will be chipped, vaccinated dewormed and health checked before leaving my side (at 8 weeks old).
Prices are £2500 for the girls and £2250 for the boys. (Deposit will be required after decision).
Call my humans or email them if you have any questions. I know the right familes are out there somewhere. We are just waiting for them. :)
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