We have a new litter of 4 puppies. All brown and white. 2 dark brown and white. 2 light brown and white.
2 boys and 2 girls.
now left available is 1 boy and 1 girl.
As pictured on advert.
Boy is dark brown and white with 2 blue eyes.
Girl is light brown and white with hazel eyes.
We have both mum and dad as family pets. All brought up with 5 kids and 3 cats.
We have regular contact and updates of all our other pups from their previous litters. So we are more than happy to send pictures of previous litters of mum and dad.
Puppies will be microchipped, flead, wormed and have their 1st vacination done when they are ready to leave from the 27th september.
Viewings are welcome of pups mum and dad.
We are asking for a £400 deposit non refundadble on each pup. Then £1000 to be paid on the day of collection of chosen pup.
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