Our beautiful Golden Retriever, Shadow has had a litter of 11 Goldador puppies. 5 girls and 6 boys.
Shadow is our family pet. She is an energetic bundle of joy. She is very obedient and easy to train.
Dad is a yellow labrador with a lovely temperament.
The puppies have been raised in our family home and are well socialised including with children and babies.
Goldadors, as a mixed breed of Labrador and Golden Retriever are affectionate and friendly. An ideal family pet. They are an energetic breed also so do require daily walks.
Puppies will be 8 weeks old - Sunday 18th July.
On collection they will have had up to date worm and flea treatment, they will have been microchipped, vaccinated and vet checked. They also will have 4 weeks pet insurance.
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