Top quality long coated male puppy available (10 WEEKS OLD) and he's 'pick of the litter'.
Kennel Club Registered (K.C.Reg/Full Pedigree, all paperwork here). Sire is a CHAMPION and both his Sire & Dam are also CHAMPIONS. Both parents are good examples of the breed, both are good large/strong German Shepherds with excellent bone. Pup is longer coated, he is strong & chunky. Mums granddad (Oscar) is a top quality dog and he has passed a long list of health tests (clear for mh/mdr1/mps/pd/dm also haemophillia clear). Pups sire is also haemphillia clear. Both parents have good low Hip & Elbow scores (Sire's Hips 3 / 3 = 6. Elbows 0.) (Dam's Hips 3 / 4 = 7. Elbows 0.). He is micro-chipped and he's had his 1st injection and he's been fully wormed to date. We live at Kilgetty (Saundersfoot).
Raised in the house and house trained, he's been brought up with children and he's already been well socialised with other dogs, he has a lovely temperament and he is very gentle while being playful and he is highly intelligent.
He's a large/chunky pup with an absolutely wonderful temperament and he's available to a 'loving' home.
Please E mail me as much information about yourself as you can also providing some contact details and I will try and get back to you fairly soon.
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