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Dilly pups 6 n half weeks. 4 new video clips to watch including Pups pester Mum, Silk kills a meercat, Tug of war with a towel, & Puppies got chews
Chappie still wants a new home. Chappie is an almond colour boy with a very luxurious soft thick coat. He is just gorgeous- featuring in the main photo on the ad.
Chappie is fully weened on solids now & lapping water. He is toilet training to paper very well and taking small chew hide supplements. He has lovely friendly nature and loves to run around & play as well as come for cuddles, ideal for children. He has been fully wormed at 2 4 & 6 weeks old.
Dilly is the Mum of this fabulous litter of pups. She is our gorgeous apricot F1 shaggy coated labradoodle. Her mum was a fox red labrador hence her beautiful colouring which has added to these gorgeous pups. She is our family pet & is extremely gentle & loving in nature. She is exceptionally good with children; even our very dog-nervous 7 yr old! Dad is Gus & he is also a family pet; cream F1 curly coated & a new line to the UK. Both parents are hip scored 6. Family trees will be available to buyers. Champions in the family lines.
Available to view now & to reserve with a deposit of £100 (non-returnable). Can be taken home home with you now.
Contact Ann [telephone removed] or Mark [telephone removed]
Owners of the Dad Gus live in Penrith and would be happy for prospective owners to visit or call.
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