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only reason am selling due to change in job commitments so will be working full time.
he is a beautiful dog. up todate with vets, wromers,injections, chipped. not even a year old. aboustly brilliant with children, other dog's and cats. loves walks. brilliant on lead and I let him off lead, never had any issues. only want him to go to a home where they know alot about his breed. as they get very big, even feeding ,walking dos and dont. he still need some training. he sits, lays, stays, wait for his food. he is a fantastic dog and they are fantastic breed. only the best home will do for him.
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1st Dec 2018
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