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Our beautiful girl has given birth to a litter of 9 stunning pups, 2 boys left. Pups will be reared in our busy family home and will be cherished and adored by us and we are looking for loving homes that will continue to do the same. Mum can be seen with pups and papers for both parents will be provided. Pups will be ready to leave on the 9th July and will come
Wormed at 2/4/6 wks with Panacur
4 weeks Petplan Insurance
Bag of premium puppy food
Blanket with mums scent
A £500 deposit will secure your pup and I am happy to provide regular updates and photos. Please contact me with any enquiries. Thank you.
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