We are looking for a fawn pug puppy, preferably male under 6 months old. This will be our family pet and not used to breed. Must be vaccinated, wormed, flead and heath check, would like to see parents if possible too. We have 2 children aged 12 and 7 so must be ok around children but we have no other pets. Available as soon as possible. We are in Norfolk but willing to travel for the right pup.
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