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** Just 1 pup available now **
1 x black smooth coated male ** £250 ONO.
Sire : my superb Hancock dog, 3/4 greyhound x 1/4 collie, son of Kubla. 27" tts
Dam : Bedlington x greyhound x collie 24" tts. Both parents can be viewed. Wormed every 2 weeks from 2 weeks. Pups are handled every day.
8 weeks on 31 March.
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