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Our Beautiful 3 year old Black Labrador Frizzen has had her first carefully planned litter of 6 gorgeous little puppies - 3 dogs and 3 bitches (1 Black Bitch, 1 Black Dog, 2 Red Bitches and 2 Red Dogs) with the well sought after proven Red Labrador Stud Clay.
Puppies were born on Wednesday 26th July, and they will be ready to leave for their loving, forever new homes at 8 weeks on (around Friday 22nd September)
The puppies are being raised in our family home with our children and other dogs and cats, they will be exposed to the general noises within our household and garden. Both parents are experienced working dogs. The puppies will be equally suited to be working dogs or family pets. Puppies can be seen with Mum.
Both parents are fully health tested, Current BVA clear eye certificates, Low hip scores and 0 elbows. Puppies will be guaranteed not to develop 7 genetic Labrador diseases.
Frizzen KC name : Belle Blossom Cake
Clays KC name : Kenxtwen Residual
All puppies will be vet checked, vaccinated (1st vaccination ), wormed, flea treated and microchipped for when you collect.
We will require a non-refundable deposit of £250 (unless of a problem at our end) remaining £1000 balance on collection of your puppy.
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