Our loving family pet has had her own babies.
We have a beautiful Black and Tan boy available who is a stunning example of the cavalier breed.
He has been given 24 hours constant care and has the run of the house, and loves to play around with toys and our other dogs.
We own mum who is also Black and Tan and we also own grandma who is Black and Tan.
He has become a part of our family life and is growing well he is also well socialised and used to the noise of daily life and loves a run around in our garden.
He has a playful personality and loves to play around.
Both mum and dad are DNA tested clear of Dry eye , Curly coat and episodic falling which means puppy is also clear of these and will never develop them.
Both mum, dad and grandma are in perfect health and very good temperament and love lots of cuddles just like this little boy.
Puppy is ready to leave now and is fully vet checked for good health with ears eyes joints and no heart mummurs detected.
He is microchipped and had first vaccination and is also KC registered,
All will be provided with a generous puppy pack including
* water and food dish with placemat
* puppy food
*toys and treats
*puppy blanket with mums smell
*puppy mats and poop bags along with doggy deodorant
*puppy cleaning wipes
* Puppy training mats
*any help or advice needed
He is Ready for his five star forever loving home any questions please don’t hesitate to ask , also no time wasters please be genuinely I treated in this amazing beautiful boy
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