German Shepherd x Belgian Malinois puppies £950
Born Saturday 4th June, will be ready to go to new homes from saturday 30th July.
I currently have 1 black tan boy/ 1 sable/ fawn boy and 3 sable/fawn girls remaining from a large litter
Pups are looking to be short haired with a few fluffy ones
but don't think they will be long haired.
Viewing and deposits now being taken to pick/see/hold your new addition, but please note... pups are not available to take home until they are 8 weeks old.
Pups are looking like they will be short haired but do have a few fluffy ones but won't be long haired.
Deposit of £250 will be required on securing your fur baby with remainder paying from collection around 30th July
Pups can be seen with Mum & Dad, and 3 of their previous litter of whom we kept, and are all family pets, and I've also added pictures of them at 6 months old, so you can see what these bundles could turn out like.
Puppies will be health checked, wormed and microchipped, and will come with a puppy pack.
Ideal family pets, or would suit someone requiring a Working dog.
Both the Malinois and the GSD are known for being extremely energetic & athletic, and very smart quick learners. Some knowledge of these breeds are a must as they will require plenty of exercise and training. A great mix of these two breeds
Both parents are up to date with all immunisations and are regularly vet checked and have no dysplasia in elbow or hip, and no history of injury or illness.
Do not hesitaite to message for further information, pictures and updates :)
Please only message if you are genuine in wanting a new fur addition as i don't have the time or energy for time wasters!!
We are based in Hailsham East Sussex
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