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Will be ready in 5 weeks viewing welcome mum a family pet and dad is a stud dog they will be wormed up to date microchip as-well and will have there first pre vaccinations
They’re all different in personality’s all got a good character to them most are curly and there is one that straight fur
Deposit will be taken at four weeks old comes with a puppy pack that includes a bowl smelly Blankey a toy and a bag of puppy food and there were paperwork
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