We have these beautiful sprocker puppies for sale. They are 4 weeks old so will be ready 6th July, mum can be seen amd have photos and details of dad. They are growing up with young children so will make brilliant family members.
They will be vaccinated and microchipped and will only be available to people who can offer them a loving forever home.
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