Bred within a farm, a lovely, rare and healthy Turkish Kangal puppies of 7 with mum and dad. These various genders and complexion gorgeous puppies were born on 19 Jan 2023. Our puppies and their parents are used to farm animals and cats.
Mum and dad are certified true blood Kangal with the UK Kennel Club.
The puppies can be viewed with mum and dad at the farm for reservation as they should be ready to leave at approximately 10 weeks old.
Kangals are naturally protective dogs that make perfect livestock guardians, personal companions and general guarding properties. Despite their relatively large size, they are soft, kind and gentle with children.
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