PURE WHITE LABRADOR pups for sale, born 22nd November, to truly stunning parents.
One of the whitest litters in the UK
Dad is a fully trained gun dog, these dogs make ideal pets or workers, amazing temperament, can be seen with mum at home, I could not stress what a lovely dog Mum is, stunning, and an amazing temperament, very loving
Mum is Macie Grey 11, AKC reg, fully DNA tested, hip and elbow scored, same for dad
DNA clear X7
Good homes essential please call for viewing or face time
Please note there will be Breeding endorsement on all of these pups and cannot be lifted
Top Quality pups
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5th generation pedigree certificates are available to view for both mum and dad. Both are KC registered Labrador with excellent hip, elbow, COI scores along with 5 generations of ancestors. Dad and Mum genetically clear
They were born and will be raised in our home, with our family, used to children and other animals
They will leave with a fully loaded ‘Pilling Gun Dogs’ puppy box ❤️
James Wellbeloved Puppy pack
5 generation pedigree certificate
Puppy contract and receipt including Lucy’s Law
£500 non-refundable deposit is required to secure a puppy. Deposit Payment by BACS transfer.
No time wasters please.
Sadly due to the current climate I have to point out that we had two fully protection trained free range Belgian Malinois who like introducing themselves to unscheduled visitors!! We also have CCTV, direct to police alarms etc but I assume you would like to keep all your limbs as this is more of a deterrent - You have been warned
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