It’s with a heavy heart that we need are no longer able to keep our 9 week old puppy. He is a tri coloured beagle boy and so loving!! We have a 4 year old son, and he has been great with him! Pup came from a litter of 7, and we were able to see both mum and dad. Both mum and dad were so loving and healthy!
Reason for selling is due to severe allergies for a key member of the household.
Pup will come with crate (medium size so room for growth) bed, toys, blanket and food. He has a blanket that has mums scent from when we got him over a week ago.
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