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Hi – for sale is a beautiful litter of schnoodles – we chose this cross because they make beautiful chunky puppies with the attributes of both breeds - we are licensed breeders and have been council and vet checked to ensure we conform to very high standards of cleanliness and welfare of our dogs and puppies. We aim to produce pups that are as healthy and happy as possible, all our pups come with, first injection, full vet inspection, puppy pack, 2 days supply of food, microchip and 4 weeks free insurance. Dad is our miniature poodle boy and has dna clear certificate for p.r.a and is hip and elbow scored All our dogs and pups are fed on a fresh meat diet consisting of chicken and beef mince, tripe and offal. We like to breed pups in the way we would like to buy them. Both parents live with us and can be seen and we welcome any inspection. Pups will come with a lifetime of support and our experience can help guide you with any problems you might have.
Our puppies are born and raised indoors and will be used to all household noises such as hoover, washing machine, tv and family life. Our 7 year old constantly handles all our pups so they are used to children.
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