Mum is pedigree fox nose pomeranian father is fox nose pomeranian x chihuahua. Both parents can be seen. Pups are now ready to leave they were vet checked microchiped and 1st vaccination on 30/8/21. Vet described them as the best condition pups he's seen in a long time. They are puppy pad trained and also going outdoor for toilet. They come with a months insurance. Used to kids cats and other animals. We have 4 boys 1 girl left. They are eating and drinking extremely well and are a very good weight. They were born on 28/6/21. These are stunning pom x pomchi.
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