💗 Ready now, all vet checked and are fit and healthy and looking for there new forever homes 💗
On the 17th November 2018 my beautiful Golden Labrador gave birth to 9 stunning puppies, 4 Girls and 5 Boys.
💕 Last remaining Girl
Mom is our golden Labrador and this is her first litter of puppies and she has been a fantastic mommy.
She has been health tested for the following genetic problems, Centronuclear Myopathy, Degenerative Myelopathy, Exercise-Induced Collapse, Hereditary Nasal Parakeratosis, Progressive Retinal Atrophy Progress, Retinal Dysplacia/Oculosketeal Dysplasia, Skeletal Dysplasia 2 and is all clear/normal.
Her parents are hip scored with low results and she will be done in the new year.
Dad is a fox red stud dog and has a elbow score of 0/0, hip score 3/3 and is BVA eye clear. He has also been DNA tested for the following: Centronuclear Myopathy, Degenerative Myelopathy, Exercise-Induced Collapse, Hereditary Nasal Parakeratosis, Progressive Retinal Atrophy Progress, Retinal Dysplacia/Oculosketeal Dysplasia, Skeletal Dysplasia 2
Our puppies have been reared in a family home with small children and other dogs. They will be used to all household noises and receive the best care.
Puppies have been wormed from 2 weeks and this will continue until leaving.
They have all been vet checked and had first vaccination, advocate flea and wormed and microchipped. All in great health.
You will receive a puppy pack to include:
💫Lead and collar
💫Treats and chews
💫Small bag of food
💫4 weeks free insurance
Everything you will need to get you started.
Puppies will be due to leave for there new homes on the 12th January 2018 and a lifetime of help and support will always be given.
A £200.00 none refundable deposit will secure your chosen pup.
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