4th Generation Stunning KC Reg Bernese Mountain Dog

900
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  • Bernese Mountain Dog For Sale in Great Britain

Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Pet Group: Working Group
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 5 months 28 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: Yes
Neutered: No
KC Registered: Yes
Published on: 06 November 2019
Modified on: 10 February 2020
Location: London

Advert Details

We have a beautiful Bernese Mountain Dog puppies.Mom Minnie Maroon is incredibly smart, friendly and loving Kennel club registered.thinks he is a tiny lap dog and is also Kennel club registered Bernese Mountain Dog. There are 2 boys and 2 girls for sale and we are looking to find them suitable loving homes where they can be a family member of the household.
Both Bernese Mountain Dogs and Labradors are loving, friendly, trustworthy, and loyal companions. Therefore, the litter is expected to be the same and is only viewable to the most seriously interested people. Both mom and dad are here to see too as you will want to see how good they are too. Home bred in our living room, and therefore used to the usual household noises, these puppies have only ever received loving care, patience and attention which is what will be needed from you. At only 11 weeks old they are doing very well at potty training on puppy mats, eating really well and weighing between 4.1 and 5.5kg, very active and playful bunch.They will be ready to leave, having had their 1st vaccination on the 31 of October when were 11 weeks old, microchipped, kennel cough treatment, wormed, flead and with a puppy pack including some high quality grain free puppy food, blanket and a toy. If you wish to reserve one after viewing we would look for £200 non-refundable deposit.In addition, we have decided to pay for 'best start in life' through vets4pets, which includes: First vaccination course (all 1st year vaccines)
*Kennel cough vaccine
*3 months flea and worm treatment
*Microchip
*A bag of food (we will include the food we use which is different to this one, so it is up yo you if you take it or donate it)
*10% off neutering
*Voucher for 25% off at pets for home and 50% off at the groom room
* 4 weeks free petplan insurance

All you need to do is check with your local vets4pets to ensure they will honour the purchase


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