M'IZA du marais de la Sangsuriere
(Top breed in France)
Our French bitch get a date with our local friend in Aberdeenshire.
As sporting agent, I m always in the fields with our Flat-Coated.
I wish to found a home where the new generation can continue to do what they love to do.
Both parents are registered and healthy.
I live on a shooting estate and puppies will be socialised with other Flat-Coated and Labradors.
They will see child's, smell some pheasants, see some tractors working.
I get plenty of videos of mum's work.
Puppies will leave their born home with a complete vet check, microshipped, and everything they need.
A blanket with mum's smells, his favorite toy and enough food for a week.
2 boys and 2 girls are available
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