I will have 2 litters of Pure Bred Baby Continental Giants, that were born on 21/9/20, that will be ready on 15th December.
There will be a selection of colours. I do not sell them or take reservations at this age but operate a call back system. If you would like to be included on the list please text me on the number below with details of your requirements and let me know if you are on WhatsApp for photos, or just give me a call for a chat. Prices start at £100.
Each will come with a bag of change over food and Birth Certificate and forever information. The first photo is the father of both litters and the other photos are the mothers.
I am in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. I will always as ever respected Covid distancing.
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