Our girl(2 years) and our boy( 3 years ) had their litter of 4 English Bull Terrier puppies born on the 05/3/21, 2 boys and 2 girls. Puppies are brought up in a family environment around household noises. These puppies when fully grown will have an appearance of wholesome and well build classic EBT’s.
Mum and Dad have 33 champions all together over five generations. Mum and Dad are our family pets and can be seen with puppies.
Puppies are ready to leave to new homes and have:
- 1st vaccine
- vet checked
- BAER tested with a certificate
- KC registered
- wormed/ done on weeks 2-5-8
Viewings are welcome.
Mum and Dad of the puppies can be seen and these puppies are ready now.
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Is the English Bull Terrier the right pet for your lifestyle? Read our English Bull Terrier Dog Breed Information. It is important to consider these facts to help you decide whether you are ready for long-term pet ownership.English Bull Terrier Breed Information
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