Beautiful miniature doodles Monmouth

£2,000
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Adv. ID
00Qz9YULP
Advert Type
For sale
Advertiser
Individual
Health Checked
true
Is KC Registered
false
Is Microchipped
false
Is Neutered
false
Is Vaccinated
true
Is Worm Treated
true
Pet Age:
11 weeks, 5 days
Pet Available
2021-11-12
Pet Viewable with Mother
true
Pets in litter
2 male
Description
These beautiful healthy pups are from an amazing line. Mum is an ex therapy Labrador and dad a healthy family pet. We chose tte sad very carefully - yes he is beautiful but also he has a calm steady manner. This coupled with the totally bomb proof nature of our beautiful girl has resulted in excellent steady pups. We kept one pup from the first litter and you can see her as well. All pups are fully health checked and vaccinated
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