One female & one male chorkie puppies they was born on the 15th of feb 2021 and she is well socialised, wormed and fled and will be mirco-chipped in your details and name of the pup and they are very playful and they be ready to go to there forever homes there ready now and to reserve your puppy I be asking for £150 unrefundable deposit to hold pup and the rest on the day you come and pick your pup up & they are £950 Mum is a full breed chihuahua and dad is pedigree Yorkshire terrier xx
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