Advert Description : Portipoos are the new Labradoodle, the advantage being that none of these beautiful dogs moult! - but have they all the best qualities of Labradoodles ( and in our opinion are more intelligent).
A cross between a Portuguese Water Dog, President Obamas dog, and a standard Poodle has created a fabulously intelligent dog that has the teddy bear face of the PWD, a faboulous non moulting coat that is both shiny and curly and the grace and trainability of a Poodle.
The sire is a Portuguese Water Dog with a fabulous pedigree from a highly respected showing breeder. The dam, our standard poodle. is a Vanitonia line with many champions in her pedigree.
The puppies have been bred with upmost care taken to ensure they are free from any possible inherited from either breed.
They have been home reared within a family with children. They are well socialised, playful and mostly housetrained.
They are vet-checked and insured. They are ready to leave home now.
We are offering 2 puppies - the others in the litter were pre-reserved.
Could you afford it if your pet becomes ill or is involved in an accident? The average cost of a visit to the vet is over £280 with some more complex treatments, such as treating a spinal injury, costing over £3000.
From as little as £4.00 per month, you can insure your pet and any vet bills would be payed direct by your insurer. We have searched through lots of pet insurance policies to bring you the best deals available on the Internet. To retrieve a free online quote click the link below.
Please read the following advice before buying a new pet, you should also read our article on avoiding scams :
Puppies and Kittens bred commercially, indiscriminately and carelessly are likely to…
Buying a puppy or kitten in good health is vital for its own well-being as well as your bank balance.
Please read our Pet Advice section for further information before buying a dog. Here are a few very useful articles you should read before visiting any dogs or puppies :
1) Ten pitfalls to avoid when buying a pedigree puppy
2) What paperwork should you have
3) Important Questions to ask the Breeder
4) Picking a healthy puppy
5) Choosing a pedigree puppy
6) Health testing for dogs