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have a beautiful litter of 5 healthy Sprollie puppies looking for their forever homes.
Mum is our Black/White/Tan Border Collie family pet. She's such a sweet loving dog, great with children and other dogs and very active as you'd expect from a Border Collie!
We had her dna checked for any genetic associated conditions, which all came back negative (certificate can be seen on request)
Dad is a friend of the families gorgeous Liver and White Sprocker Spaniel (who I absolutely adore!) He is a family pet, though he is also used to work pheasant and duck shoots.
He's a very friendly dog, great with children and is very active, and can be seen on request.
The puppies are all very healthy and active. They're very playful and are being raised around children, so will make great family pets.
They very be active dogs that will need a lot of exercise, and will respond very well to obedience training.
The pups will be health checked, chipped and will have their first vaccination and wormed before they go to their new homes.
They will be ready for their new homes at the end of August.
2 girls and 3 boys.
- Black with white belly & three white paws.
- Liver with white belly & four white paws.
- Black with white belly & two white paws
- Liver and White patches - *RESERVED*
- Mostly Liver, white patch on head and belly.
Viewing is recommended and encouraged.
£200 non refundable deposit reserves a pup.
New owners will have photos sent at regular intervals.
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