A mixed litter of gorgeous springador puppies (1/4 springer & 3/4 labs) are ready to be viewed and reserved.
These puppies come from excellent breeding lines and are the best you could ask for.
Mum is our springador pet who has the very best temperament.
Dad is a working lab who has very impressive blood lines and is the kindest and gentlest boy going.
These puppies grow to be the most loyal dog with the best of characters and temperaments. They are being brought up in a family home with small children, they are the perfect pet for any family.
The puppies will be microchipped and wormed.
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