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Alapaha blue blood bulldog for sale

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  • Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: Less than 1 Year Old
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: No
Neutered: No
KC Registered: Yes
Published on: 08 May 2020
Modified on: 08 May 2020
Location: DD5 3NJ

Advert Details

We are looking for a new home for this wonderful puppy of ours. She is our bundle of joy but we need to give her away. I can send more pictures and video.

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Before getting an Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

Is the Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog the right pet for your lifestyle? Read our Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Dog Breed Information. It is important to consider these facts to help you decide whether you are ready for long-term pet ownership.

Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Breed Information

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