Beautiful red and black working cocker spaniel’sWalsall

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Breeder
Health Checked
yes
Is advertiser the orig. breeder
yes
Is KC Registered
no
Is Microchipped
yes
Is Neutered
yes
Is Vaccinated
yes
Is Worm Treated
yes
Pet Age:
8 weeks, 2 days
Pet Available
2021-12-02
Pet Viewable w/ Mother
yes
Pets in litter
3 male / 3 female
Description
Our Beautiful black girl lady has had six beautiful, adorable puppies three girls three boys,born on the 5 October,will be ready to leave on the 2nd December,both mum and dad are KC registered, mum and dad are fully health tested : Mutilation syndrome *clear Familial nephropathy*clear Prcd-PRA* clear with a five year pedigree generation, dads parents are gundog champions, papers can be seen on viewing,both mum and dad are worker cocker spaniels.each puppy will leave with a puppy pack including blanket with mums and siblings scent on,toy,puppy food,mum and dads health papers (copies).all puppies will be vet health checked have their first vaccinations, will be wormed up-to-date and microchipped. 1 red/white girl £1500 (RESERVED) 1 red girl. £1500 (RESERVED) 1 red/white boy£1500 (RESERVED) 1 black girl £1000 (RESERVED) 1 black boy £1000 1 black/white boy £1000 Will need a £300 non-refundable deposit to secure your puppy Puppies will be wormed up-to-date microchipped vet health checked and have there first vaccination. PLEASE NO TIME WASTERS
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Shirley HarrisLast active: 1 hourMember since: 2 years
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