Biewer Yorkshire terriers 1 Black and Tan male available both mom and dad can be seen as both family pets they will be vet checked fully wormed microchipped first vaccination dad is a teacup and only weighs 1.5 kg he is a Russian import and his dad is World champion with lots of champion bloodlines mom is teacup traditional Yorkshire terrier who weighs just 1.8 kg puppy will be very tiny in size please no time waster can deliver if needed
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