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Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 8 months 27 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: Yes
Neutered: No
KC Registered: Yes
Location: Wallasey, Merseyside

Advert Details

We have pups available at NECKS ALAPAHA UK ( Carl Haskayne )
MALES AND FEMALES AVAILABLE
Sired
NECKS DEISEL ( NECKS PIGLINE UK )
Dam
NECKS HALO ( Direct Daughter of CH FORT GLORYS YANKEE OF NECKS )
Extremly healthy pups available from a massive litter off a perfect breeding
These pups are something special
Priced from £1500
Ready to go at 8 weeks old
Fully jabbed and chipped and Wormed up to date , Full pup pack on leaving
Life time breeder and vets support
Fully vet checked before leaving
We are Fully licensed - Registered Breeders
Pups are registered in our name at NECKS ALAPAHA UK and Sold from Fully licensed premises
Our Alapaha pups are registered with the IABBR ( international Alapaha blue blood bulldog registration )
I ( Carl Haskayne ) am the Vice President of this organisation - Our pups are sold with full IABBR registration
THESE PUPS ARE THE REAL DEAL VIEWING IS WELCOME - EXTREMELY STABLE - THESE PUPS COME FROM A 5 STAR HOME

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