My beautiful brindle Frug (3/4 Pug 1/4 Frenchie) has successfully delivered a healthy litter of 5 puppies: 3 boys and 2 girls.
Dad is a KC registered pug and is owned by our family also.
The litter was conceived naturally with no use of AI, the entire litter was delivered naturally.
All puppies will be ready at the end of November. They will have been raised in the family home; well socialised with people, cats and other dogs as well as exposed to household, every day noises. All puppies will have been handled by toddlers and adults.
They will all come with the following:
• Vet check
• 4 weeks free insurance
• Flea and worming
• First vet check and vaccination (and if bought locally - the second vaccine can be arranged too!).
• 2kg sack of dog food
• Lead and collar (even if you intend to walk your pup on a harness, all dogs must wear a collar with identification)
• Dog bed
• Puppy pads
All 9 of the puppies from the last litter went to loving homes with very happy owners. We recently got all of the first litter together for their 1st birthday and they have all grown into happy, healthy dogs with no breathing issues.
There are 4 black puppies (boys and a girl) with white markings and a mixed brindle/fawn female pup. Black pups from the previous litter went on to develop white/silvery markings.
Blue collar - Male
Orange collar - Male
Grey collar - Male
Pink collar - Female
Yellow collar - Female
If interested - please contact me :)
Viewings available now! Before I send anyone my address - I will request photo ID. If you have a current dog - the dog must come to visit pup prior to sale completion to ensure it gets on with pup - this is to reduce the chances of jealousy and pup being returned. All pups will come with a contract stating all pups are returned to me should your circumstances change.
No expense will be spared and I will not sell any puppies to just anyone.
My house is fully surrounded my CCTV.
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