My beautiful girl Betty, has given birth to a gorgeous litter on 4th September.
Mum is a white Shihpoo and their dad is a Red Toy Poodle (stud). Mum is a very loving and gentle natured soul and loves being around 'us humans'. She loves cuddles and playtime and is a devoted mother. Her mum is also a beloved family pet who dotes on her daughter and grandbabies. Dad is also a very gentle, soft natured boy and has been extensively tested and is unaffected by GPRA and is KC registered (docs will be enclosed with puppy pack). Both parents are very healthy.
The pups are currently 5 weeks old and are now very active. They are learning how to play with each other and are awake for longer periods between feeds. They are all gorgeous colours with varying degrees of red in them. As mum and dad are both very curly i would imagine the pups will inherit this but this will be more evident as they grow. In any case they will be completely non shedding which is great for allergy sufferers. They are being reared in a smoke free home and will be used to all household noises. I am a childminder so they will have a great start into family life as they will be handled and have lots of interaction with the children in my care (always with a watchful eye, I might add!). I am also a registered dog boarder so they will have interaction with other breeds. They will also be used to cats as I have 3!
They have been vet checked, will be micro chipped, have worming and flea treatment and will receive their 1st vaccination before they leave for their forever home. There are 2 boys and 4 girls.
They will come with an extensive puppy pack, which will include:
Puppy Box with the pups name on (to store all their bits!)
A diary folder with photo's since birth, birthing record, weights record, micro chip details, insurance details (4 weeks free!)
Food they have been weaned on
A toy they have played with, with siblings, plus a new one
Teeth cleaning kit
Mum/sibling scented blanket
Puppy Birth Certificate
The pups are ready to view now and will be ready to leave their mum from 6th November 2021. I have measures in place due to COVID-19 which will be discussed prior to viewing.
I have whatsapp groups with all my previous litters new families and am in constant communication with them, whether its to give advise or just to receive photo's. The families all talk and swap stories which is fantastic too. So you will have a life time of support and funny pic moments!
I'm asking for a non refundable deposit of £300 (or 20%) to secure the pup of your choice once you have viewed.
No time wasters please, only contact me if you are serious about having a pup. I will be asking lots of questions as I only want the best homes for my babies. And in turn I am happy to answer any queries or concerns you may have as a prospective buyer.
Boys are £1500
Girls are £1800
Pink collar girl is now reserved.
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