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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 07813 121228 or Mark 07954 675938
Owners of the Dad Gus live in Penrith and would be happy for prospective owners to visit or call.
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