My gorgeous girl, viper has given birth to an amazing litter of healthy puppies
which are available to be rehomed now.
puppies are 8 weeks old,
Dad and Mum can be seen in the pictures.
Both mum and dad are PURE Dutch herders and are well trained.
We have a mix of females and males available.
Puppies are healthy and consistently eating food and drinking water
puppies are brought up with a loving family and are nurtured with care.
They are up to date with health care.
They are playful, clever and very affectionate. (LOVES ATTENTION)
Mum and Dad are working dogs meaning they are very trainable and an
all-round great family dog.
All puppies are for £1000 (price can be negotiable)
If you are interested in our puppies, please leave us a call or message
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