Last in litter, always refused because he is the wrong colour although he is beautiful and unique . Such a beautiful chunky Silver/chocolate male labrador puppy for sale, he is very light in colour compared to a chocolate, he has a blue pigment in his nose, his eyes are a beautiful bluey grey colour and his claws are clear rather than brown. Mum and dad are not tested for the recessive gene neither is the puppy as I am not keen on the thought of needles, he is a loving dog with an amazing tempremant and a very handsome happy boy, very well socialised with children of all ages and cats. He deserves a happy home. He will be microchipped, wormed and flea treated fully. He will come with 5 weeks free insurance, food and bedding scented from mum and litter mates.
Mum and dad are full labrador and are family pets, neither are working dogs but there is workers in the grandparents. Mum is 4 years old and dad is 3, the puppies are not going to be KC registered as they are just family dogs. They are brought up in a loving family home with children and cats. Will be toilet trained as much as possible.
He is priced to go to a loving home, no time wasters. £250 deposit required viewing is essential
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