Irish Setter Puppies

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Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Pet Breed: Irish Setter
Pet Group: Gundog Group
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 1 month 14 days
Legally Released: 26 November 2019
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: Yes
Neutered: No
KC Registered: No
Published on: 22 October 2019
Modified on: 22 October 2019
Location: Coatbridge, Lanarkshire

Advert Details

Hi here we have 12 Irish setter puppies
7 girls 5 boys
The puppies are 2 weeks old and will be all ready to go to a new home in 7 weeks aprox 4th December
The parents are available to be seen
The dogs will be microchipped warmed and first injected
200 deposit and 450 on collection
Please contact if interested
Any more pictures please ask
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