I lost my fur baby few weeks ago and am looking for a puppy to help fill the void she left. I am looking for a puppy shih tzu preferable a bitch, can’t afford £1000’s but I can offers loving home and promise dog will be treated like royalty. We are at home every day all day and night. Have a fully fenced 110ft x 90ft wide garden and beautiful walks. Dog would sleep in our bedroom on bed of preferred and will be loved and insured. Please help me. Thank you.
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