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Cavapoochon- 2 sold! Available start of June!

Nelson
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£1,800
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Details
Adv. ID
D-ERWfuTp
Views
869
Favourites
5
Adv. Location
Advert Type
For sale
Health Checked
yes
KC registered by collection
no
Microchipped by collection date
yes
Neutered
no
Original breeder
yes
Pet Age:
6 weeks
Pet Available
2024-06-03
Pet Viewable with Mother
yes
Pets in litter
2 female / 5 male
Vaccinations up to date
yes
Worm and flea treated
yes
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Description
Beautiful Cavapoochon pups. 2 now sold. There are more pics and videos available on Instagram Puppy.Adventures1 🐾 🐶💕 Our adored family pet Tilly (a pure Bichon Frise) and Teddy (Cavapoo) are introducing this stunning litter of seven puppies. Two gorgeous girls and five beautiful boys in Blenheim, Apricot and Red. Our first born is green (collar) and is nicknamed Spot because of his Blenheim markings in a spot pattern. He is a confident puppy who loves to play! He has a white heart shape marking on his head! Next is pink collar who is a chunky little girl! She is loving and loves to cuddle. She’s playful and likes chewing her brothers’ ears! She is a light apricot colour. After her is Blue who is such a chilled little boy! He loves company, whether it’s his siblings or on a lap or two! He is also a light apricot marking. White is the next little boy who is a sweet little puppy! He is a red colouring and has a gorgeous white chest and tummy. SOLD! Orange is a big boy who has been nicknamed Sox because of his red colouring with four white socks and a white tip on his tail! He loves investigating! Red is a sweet little girl who is Blenheim coloured and so pretty! She has a white body except for some very light apricot on her shoulders. SOLD. Purple is another Blenheim boy. He is very loving and loves to play. He is confident and friendly and bounces around like Tigger when he tries to run! These puppies are being raised at our home with buckets of love, attention and socialisation to make sure you get the most friendly and loving wagging tails and wet noses! They are available from 8 weeks at the beginning of June. They will be given their first vaccination, microchipped and vet health checked, plus sent with food and a blanket. Please message with any questions!
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Be responsible, do your research!

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Puppies must be viewed with their mother in the seller's home!

Puppies must be viewed with their mother in the seller's home!

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Ask lots of questions

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Puppies must be 8 weeks when collected

Puppies must be 8 weeks when collected

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Microchips are a legal requirement

Microchips are a legal requirement

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Health tests

Health tests

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Health check & paperwork

Health check & paperwork

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Vaccinations

Vaccinations

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Worms and flea treatments

Worms and flea treatments

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£1,800
REBECCA A.
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48 minutes
Member since:3 years
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We take animal welfare seriously

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