Outlr beautiful red fox labrador Ruby. As had her first litter of 7 healthy strong perfect puppies. Born on the 10th November.
Ruby is pur loving adorable family pet. She as a amazing temperament,very gentle,calm and loving.shes great around kids and other animals.
Dad is a stunning black KC registered labrador who also as a amazing temperament and loving nature.
All puppies can e seen with mum.
There are 4 boys and 3 girls.
2 black girls (red and orange collars)
2 black boys (purple and dark blue collars)
1 red fox girl (pink collar) reserved
1 red fox boy (light blue collar)
1 golden boy but could turn more red (green collar)
Puppies will be raised in our family enviroment and used to sll the hpusehold noises to be expected. They have been brought up around children. Cats and other dogs.
The puppies will be ready to leave for their forever homes on the 5th of January 2023.
They will be wormed every 2 weeks.microchipped.health checked and been given their first vaccination. And will come with a bag of puppy food and a small blanket with mums scent on it.
£200 Non refundable deposit to secure the puppy of your choice and we will keep you updated with pictures and videos as they grow.
Any further information please feel free to contact us.
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