We have a beautiful litter of chocolate and black working Cocker’s .
Both parents are DNA tested for PRA FM and have clear eye tests
They have been brought up in a busy house with other dogs and will be well socialised
The go with a five generation pedigree and registration documents with The Pedigree Club also 4 weeks insurance
They will be vet checked , microchipped ,and go with a book on the breed and a bag of Royal Canine food
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