My lovely family pug has had 5 adorable pug puppies.
Mum is a tiny pedigree pug and dad is an apricot pedigree pug.
When they are ready to go they come with a puppy pack, food, toys, blanket and care packages to give them the best start in life possible. They will be worm treated, extensively health checked and microchipped before they are ready to go.
These pups have been brought up in a family home with other dogs. They will be exposed to household noise, children and other animals.
The pups won’t be given on a first come first serve basis, we will need to FaceTime with you to make sure you are a suitable candidate.
We require that you come to see the puppies at least once before you put a **non refundable** deposit of £250 down on a one.
As a family just starting a ethical breeding business the health and well-being of our puppies are priority. We are not back yard breeders and put time and energy into caring and giving our puppies the best start in life.
Mum can can seen with puppies.
They will be ready on 6/2/22
Please get in contact for any more information.
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