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We have just welcomed 4 stunning wcs puppies in to our home from our beautiful girl Dottie, they are very healthy and active puppies that are being cared for by us in our home so they will have the very best start in life.
We Have 3 boys available and will be ready for their new homes on the w/e 25th May 2020.
They are K.C registered with Excellent pedigree and have been docked by our Vet with certificate.
All are black with a white flash on their chest and in excellent condition.
They are being wormed from 2 weeks old and will have been microchipped before they leave.
They can be viewed with mum from 4 weeks of age (current social distancing in place will be followed ) when they are up on their feet.
Deposit £150 ( non refundable ) to secure puppies.
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