We have 5 curly waggy tailed jug puppies 4 boys 1 girl. The puppies are brought up in our home and are used to normal household sounds, other dogs and children. They have been wormed regularly and will be microchipped. The puppies are very healthy and love cuddles, they are eating puppy food and playing with toys and always wagging there tails. Puppies come with toy and food. Puppies can be held for longer if holidays are booked.
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