I'm looking for 5 star forever home for our adorable Italian Blue Cane Corso Puppies
Cane Corso's need a lot attention and love so I would kindly ask for someone who has the full time commitment that they would need to adopt.
Sky our beautiful Blue Italian Cane Corso has given birth to her litter off 4 chunky Blu Italian Cane Corso pups.
They come from excellent, champion bloodlines.
Both parents are big, muscular dogs, yet have a very sweet, loving nature. Very friendly, loyal, obedient.
Excellent with people, children and other animals. They really are perfect family pets.
Pups have been raised in a family home and are very well socialised
. And they can be viewed anytime.
With parents also.
They will be ready for their new homes end of July.
All puppies are healthy and strong.
These pups will leave with:
. First vaccination
. Vet checked
. Flea and wormed
. Blanket with mum's sent on
. Puppy treats
. Puppy care information
Any questions please feel free to ask.
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