COLLIE/GREYHOUNDSMiddlesbrough

£450
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Adv. ID
9CQDxCFdr
Adv. Location
Advert Type
For sale
Advertiser
Individual
Health Checked
no
Is KC Registered
no
Is Microchipped
yes
Is Neutered
no
Is Vaccinated
no
Is Worm Treated
yes
Pet Age:
14 weeks
Pet Available
2021-11-07
Pet Colour
Black, Blue, White
Pet Viewable w/ Mother
yes
Pets in litter
3 male / 5 female
Description
Hi we have 1 bitch 1dog left all ready to find there forever home. Come from real good stock both mam and dad are excellent workers this is the 2 and last litter from my bitch all pups from last litter have excelled in what they do have lots of pictures for proof. All blue pups have now gone but now but all will reproduce blue dogs Inbox for more info thanks
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Puppies must be 8 weeks when collected

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