We are so proud to announce our litter of 7 puppies. This is mummy's first litter and we have three beautiful boys remaining (one champagne colour, one black and white, one white with black) . Mummy is our gorgeous KC registered family pet and has an amazing temperament. Daddy is also KC registered, and is fun loving dog with lots of cuddles. Puppies will socialised, and have good development in our loving family home.. The puppies will be microchipped, wormed, full vet checked and first vaccination prior to leaving for their forever homes. Puppies will be ready for their forever homes on 18th June, 2022.
We would love you to come and visit our little babies. Alternatively we can do a FaceTime and show you Mummy and Daddy with our puppies. We also can deliver with both parents too.
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