Our beloved pet bonnie had had a litter of 10 puppies 5 girls and 5 boys in colours blue, lilac and Isabella also have a mix of horse brush and bear coat which is rare to get all three coats in one litter. Puppies come micro chipped, flea’d and wormed. Both parents are kc registered but unfortunately I have misplaced mums papers when moving last year so I can’t register the puppies until I find them and get mums registered number. Puppies are well socialised and loves lots of cuddles. These puppies really need to be seen to be appreciated. More pics and videos are available on request. Puppies are ready to leave now for their new forever home. There is 6 puppies left.
Lilac horse coat boy £750
Isabella bear coat girl £950
Blue horse coat boy £750
Blue horse coat girl £750
Blue double brush coat girl £1000
Blue brush coat boy 950
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