Tri-colour Border Collie Puppies - One Girl Left

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Grantham, Lincolnshire
Member since Oct 2012

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Key Advert Facts

Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
Border Collie
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Business
Pets Current Age :
2016 years old (More Info)

Full Advert Details

***We've got one very special little girl left who we have held back to find the right family for her. This little girl has bags and bags of energy and we believe she will make a fantastic potentially winning agility or flyball dog so we are keen for her to go to a home that will grow that potential. She can be KC activity registered***

Our beautiful Tri-colour border collie puppies arrived with us on Sunday 5th May and will be ready to leave us around Sunday 14th July when they are 10 weeks old.

We have been blessed with 8 puppies, 3 boys and 5 girls.

All our puppies will come having had both vaccinations, they will be microchipped, wormed and flea treated and will come with a puppy pack including a 2kg bag of food, toy, comfy blanket and 4 weeks Petplan insurance.

Mom is our very own Katy, who is a tri colour collie from working parents who is our loving pet. Katy enjoys general obidence classes as well as agility.
Dad is my Mother in Laws tri-colour collie, Jiffle. Jiffle is again from working parents and enjoys working on my Mother in Laws small holding as well as taking part in agility.
Both Mom & Dad can be viewed, Mom lives with us and Dad lives in the next village so meeting him is easily arranged.

Puppies are being raised in our kitchen and will be used to the usual household noises, other dogs & cats. We will get them used to being in the garden and they will hear the farm traffic going past, we will also take them out in the car a few times to get them used to that.

We are experienced breeders and believe in giving every puppy the best start to life, please feel free to add us on Facebook where you can see our previous litters of puppies and hear what are other puppy owners say about us.
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Viewing is now welcome and a deposit will secure the puppy of your choice. We can keep your puppy longer if you are going on holiday and don't want pup to go into kennels x

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