Ceryni is a really wonderful 6 month old Vizsla we’re sadly having to find a new family home due to unfortunate circumstance.
He is potty and crate trained, smart and friendly, doesn’t bark and loves to play.
He has had all health checkups and vaccinations, is microchipped, comes from a wonderful pedigree - KC registered with all documents to certify 5 generations. Both parents with good hip-scores.
He would come with pet insurance up to the end of February 2023 and a pet-plan that includes flea and worming treatments up to a similar time. This plan also provides a discount for neutering if you choose to continue with the same vet.
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