My lovely Springer Spaniel has had an adorable litter of 8. Mum is a Liver & White Springer Spaniel and the dad is KC Registered Ginger & White Cocker Spaniel.
There are 3 Black & White boys, 4 Liver & White Girls and 1 Liver & White boy.
Mum and dad are both very intelligent and obedient dogs with amazing temperaments. Mum can be seen with the puppies and the dad isn’t too far from us so he can be seen too.
All puppies will be wormed, flead and microchipped before leaving. They are ready to go on the 26th of May, to 5* forever homes only.
Contact me - if I don’t get back to you straight away, just drop me a message and I will phone back as soon as I can.
*There is a £500 NON-refundable deposit to be placed to secure your chosen puppy*
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