Born on 14/09/2020 ready to go 09/11/2020
Ready before Christmas viewing are taking place under new restrictions
Puppy will not be ABKC very healthy and chunky pups ready to take depoist please contact me on more information.
Father is ABKC AND MOTHER
MOTHER ABKC NO PAPERS ARRIVE
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