My beautiful xl bully puppy is for sale, he's 8weeks old, male, light chocolate colour, beautiful blue eyes, amazing little boy, he's all wormed and fleas upto date, he's also microchipped, upto date with he's injections,
he's amazing with other dogs and cats, loves kids, he's an amazing little boy, he's very clever too, he's names boss!! He comes when you call him, he nos he's name, he listens very carefully too, he's a bosta,
he's going due to no fault of he's own, he will come with he's cage, blanket, bed, food, puppy pads and he's own bowl with he's name on, I will be devastated to see him go
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