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Scout is a rescue from Cyprus, currently living in London. Through no fault of her own she finds herself looking for a new forever family. Here is a little about her. Scout is a gorgeous, playful girl. Her current family play with her, pick her up, hug her and kiss her all the time and she simply adores the attention. She is playful because she’s young. Scout walks well on the lead, but she does pull, however given her size this is something that can be easily worked with. She absolutely loves going for a walk. Scout was a street doggy in Cyprus so she is a bit obsessed with food and this definitely will help her settle with her new family. She is very good with other dogs and is curious and likes being playful. As the youngest person in her current home is 18, we don’t really know what she is like with young children. However, she is such a gentle soul, perhaps calm, dog savvy children would be okay. She is a bit wary of strangers, especially men. If a man approaches her in the park she can be timid at times. We don’t know how Scout is living with cats but she chases birds and squirrels at the park so we imagine she may chase cats. Scout sleeps very well, calmly and quietly all night in her crate. She really is a good little girl. She has no health issues and is strong and healthy with a lovely soft coat. Scout would love to find a home where she will be out and about on regular walks, with an active family who can give her a lot of love, exercise and attention. She would also like to be with someone who was around for much of the day and would love family who have other dogs already. Scout is simply a very cuddly and very quiet girl in the home. She wants to be happy, comfortable and loved. If you have space on your sofa for Scout and time to enjoy walking with her, please contact us. She has been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped The minimum adoption donation for Scout is £275. ADOPTION IS SUBJECT TO HOME CHECK. Full post adoption support is offered by our charity.
4 boys and 4 bitches - beautiful puppies for sale to excellent homes only. They will be Kennel Club endorsed and fully inoculated. Home checks will be undertaken of prospective buyers, and we invite them to come and see the puppies with their mother at our home.
We have 5 outstanding Labrador retriever puppies for sale. There are 3 black dogs, 1 black Bitch and 1 yellow bitch. They are absolutely gorgeous pups who are all doing extremely well indeed. They are KC Registered. Wormed at 2, 5 and 8 weeks of age with Panacur 10% for 3 consecutive days. Flead, Health checked, Will be microchipped and have 1st vaccination. Born 07/03/19 Ready for their new homes 02/05/19 Mother can be viewed with pups. She is such a great Mum, very attentive to her pups, she is great with children and other pets. Sire is a handsome looking boy, an outstanding working dog with superb lines. He too is very friendly with people and other pets. These pups will make excellent family or working pets. £850 A £200 deposit will secure your pup
Had all vaccinations. Beautiful small girl . Teddy bear face , well constructed . Confident and playful, wormed , microchipped , bathed frequently . Is used to a busy household. Both parents here to view with her. Only the best home . Will leave with puppy pack and kc insurance. may have show potential.
This is perry he’s a wonderful bundle of joy and child loving but due to unforeseen circumstances he’s looking for a forever home , he’s fully vaccinated microchipped , if you think you can give perry a forever home he deserves please give me a call [telephone removed]
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