Here we have a beautiful litter of black and Gold labrador puppies for sale.
They were born 11th May all naturally born, this is Jasmine's 3rd and final litter (Jasmine golden lab, 7 years old).
Shadow (Dad) fully KC registered male black lab.
Both parents are pure breed and live with me, mum was never registered as a puppy as she wasn't bought for breeding purposes therefore papers didn't bother us.
No health issues or concerns from either parent there entire lives, both very healthy indeed.
Previous litter some of the pups went to family members and are also very healthy and BEAUTIFUL!
Puppies have began on solid foods and will be ready in 2 weeks to leave!
They will be microchipped, checked over by a vet, come with a puppy pack containing a blanket with mums sent, teething toys, some food to help you get started.
I've decided to not do the Jabs as you'll get a better deal with the puppies Javs if you book 1st and 2nd together. (First due between 8 and 10 weeks, 2nd jab 2 weeks after.
I reconmend having there first jab within the first week of rehoming.
Viewing welcome or I can send more pictures and videos over WhatsApp if you prefer.
Deposit of £200 to secure
**ALL GIRLS SOLD**
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