**Ready 24th December**
Only two now available
We have available 5 outstanding traditional red and white KC English bulldog puppies which are ready to go to their forever home's on the 24th December.
4 boys and 1 girl, all fantastic examples of the breed, with great markings and show standard straight tails.
Big, chunky, gorgeous & healthy.
All will come with KC five generation pedigree paperwork, micro chipped, health vet checked and up to date vaccination & flea and worm treated.
Sire is Kadreya's Galantis, he's crufts qualified for life, winning show's all over the UK & came 2nd place best in breed at crufts 2022!!!
Viewings now welcome.
£500 deposit to secure your puppy.
£2500 per puppy - Stoke On Trent.
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