Due to absolutely no fault of her own I’m sadly having to look for a new home for my beloved Blue with brindle Frenchie.
She is a blue and tan carrier, fully KC registered, 5 generation pedigree, fully vaccinated and microchipped.
She has never been bred from and she is not spayed.
I’m only willing to let her go to a forever home where she will be treated as part of the family.
I’m sadly having to make the heart breaking decision to rehome her because myself and my partner have split up and Gertie is now being left on her own for 9 hours a day (sometimes more) which I think is not fair on her.
We have raised Gertie correctly from the word go, going to puppy training classes, she is fully house trained and genuinely no problem at all. She is a very well behaved girl and gets on with dogs/children/everyone.
She completed the socialisation scheme as a puppy and has a certificate.
When we were looking for a puppy we were very careful to find a reputable breeder having heard lots of devastating stores from people at Frenchie meets etc. We were on the breeders waiting list for over a year and she is from fully health tested parents and thankfully she is very healthy herself.
She is a total cuddle bunny and loves nothing more than having a belly rub and lying on you whilst you watch tv.
I am going to ask anyone that is interested in Gertie to sign a legally binding contract that says if for any reason she does not settle in, your dogs take a disliking to her or you don’t think she’s for you, you will return her to me (for a full refund of course) and not rehome her yourself or to a rescue centre.
She comes with her paperwork, crate, bed, bowls, toys, collar and lead and dog food.
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