We're excited to announce that our beautiful girl Misty has now had her litter.
Misty has had a litter of 9 little bubbas.
2x - Silver Girls
2x - Charcoal Girls
2x - Charcoal Boys
2x - Champagne Girls
1x - Champagne Boy
Misty is a 5th generation enhanced pedigree and comes from excellent lines.
She has had all the necessary health checks via DNA testing,
-Macular corneal dystrophy
- Excellent hip and elbow scores (4/4) and (0/0).
Misty is a fantastic family pet and lives in the house with our 3 children and our other dog Winter. Pups will be sold as pets only - we are expecting the litter to consist of the SIlver Charcoal and Champagne pups.
Dad "Willis" is a Charcoal Labrador who is also fully health tested and has 0/0 hips and elbow tests along with clear eye tests, he also is a carrier of the champagne colouring so we are hoping to get a selection of all these rare colourings. If your looking for a loving family pet please do get in contact pets will come with a puppy pack including blanket, months supply of food, worming and micro chipping aswell as a check over from the vet.
We are look for great family homes for our baby's babies if you think you can offer that please do not hesitate to contact us :)
Price : £2500
Non refundable deposit £500
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