Please may I ask if I could be considered as a buyer for any black and white Japanese Chin puppies or adults you have for sale? They're beautiful!
The reason I'd like to buy the two Chin pups is for them to become companions for my little Chin, Missy. Missy is a friendly, somewhat reserved, affectionate, intelligent, playful little dog, who enjoys chasing, spinning, running and jumping. If possible, I'd like to find her companion dogs who are bred for health and longevity, and closer to the breed standard rather than not.
My Japanese Chin Missy is four years old, and I'd like her to find companionship with other Chins sooner rather than later if possible, so she's not left lonely.
The dogs would be very well looked after, and treated with affection. My house is comfortable 3-bedroomed '60s detached house, with a small garden. It's on the outskirts of the city, with lots of walks nearby, into the fields, the woods, or the city. The dogs would be walked twice a day, for 40 minutes each time.
They'll be insured, registered with a vet, given booster injections, and any treatments they might need. They'll be fed once a day, and given plenty of clean fresh water. They'll also be groomed every day, and have chews and toys to occupy them.
Please do get in contact, as I'd really like to be able to discuss giving the dog a home with you. I hope to hear from you soon -
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