Looking for a puppy, preferably a bitch. Small like a Jack Russell size. Now is an ideal time to bring a dog into our home as i am home from work and school holidays. My daughter dreams of having her own Puppy. She spends most of her day playing with our neighbours dog. There is always someone at home so the dog would not be left. Loving home waiting. I can’t (and won’t) pay several hundreds/thousands so no silly prices please. I have been genuinely shocked at prices. I’m in the Northumberland area. Willing to travel within reason. Anyone??
(No Scams! Someone tried to scam me this week and my daughter broke her heart as she thought she was getting a puppy!)
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