**Available to reserve**
I have this gorgeous very tiny dainty solid dark bitter chocolate female smoothcoat chihuahua with no tan markings available to reserve, she's such a stunning girl she’s got a apple head, compact body and a short nose. Both her parents are here for you to meet mum is black and dad is solid lilac we imported from ukraine. I will not let her just go to anyone I will be very selective where she goes! No full time workers as these tiny ones need feeding little and often also no other dogs please as she needs a nice quiet home. She will come with a puppypack to include sample of food, 1st vaccination, kc papers, microchip, full health check given by my vet she will be wormed upto date, will also come with 4 weeks free insurance for piece of mind and we offer a lifetime of support if ever needed. She will leave me a happy healthy socialised confident puppy
To reserve this gorgeous girl a non refundable deposit of £300 will secure her until she's ready to leave for her new home in January.
£1200 kc registered (not suitable for breeding she’s too small so papers will be endorsed)
£995 without papers
Phone calls only please no texts, emails or withheld numbers, please speak to partners etc before enquiring Thankyou
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