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Here I have my beloved pup Bella. She is just 11 weeks old. We recently purchased her from a very caring family that breed pups. This is our first family pet and we have only had her for 1 week. Due to recently finding out our 2 year old little girl has fur allergies we are sad to say and regret deeply having to put her back up for sale. She is not Kc registered and didn’t come with a pedigree certificate but breeders details can be given and they can speak to them if they wish. She has had her 1st vaccinations , vet checked, microchipped ready, wormed up to date and deflead. We got purchase details. 2nd vaccination is due on the 3rd of December. Bella is a beautiful little girl with a great personality. Bouncy, Cheeky and loves to play. We don’t want her going to no ordinary home as we want to make sure she is going to cared and loved for. The going price for these dogs with the sameness sort of discription are going for £650. Please can we help find Bella a loving home as the last thing I want to do is have to put her in kennels for adoption :( it would break my little girls heart.
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