Central Asian shepherd 4 month old Northampton

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Adv. ID
DMj89baZr
Advert Type
For adoption
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Rescue/Charity
Health Checked
yes
Is KC Registered
no
Is Microchipped
yes
Is Neutered
no
Is Vaccinated
yes
Is Worm Treated
yes
Pet Age:
13 weeks, 1 day
Pet Available
2021-12-05
Pet Viewable w/ Mother
yes
Pets in litter
4 male
Description
4 month old Central Asian shepherds puppies for adoption. Mother of this puppies was rescued from puppy mill . She was heavily pregnant when was rescued along with other dogs who was used for producing puppies for profit. We couldn’t terminate her pregnancy because scan showed that puppies due to be born at anytime. Mother was taken to privet foster home in Bulgaria Sofia and gave birth on 01.08.21 to 6 healthy puppies. Father dog was relocated to safe private kennel for castrations and further rehoming. Puppies stayed with mother all this time and enjoyed her milk and care. Mother now have been neutered and adopted by responsible family. All puppies are boys. They are very healthy with calm temperament. Absolutely adorable big clumsy bears )) This are large breed dogs will need a bit more space in house, bigger garden , strong fencing , experience with large breed , good health in order to handle large dog and of course you need to have enough finance to provide species appropriate diet for large breed dog ( £2.50 a day minimum spending on food) If you not familiar with this magnificent breed, please search for information to understand the breed and responsibility connected to ownership of this dog. Puppies are absolutely healthy, fully vaccinated including rabies, microchiped, dewormed and had flea treatment. They come to U.K. with export international health certificate and European passport. All our dogs travel by licensed transport approved by APHA UK. Some puppies will be available for viewing in Northampton from 5th of November. If you experienced dog owner of large dogs and would like to give home to our rescue puppies ,please apply by sending information about yourself on pets4home messenger. Please tell us about yourself. Where about you based? If renting: do you have written permission from landlord? Who are the household members? What is your previous experience with large breeds? How old are you? What is your occupation and work schedule? Adoption fee of £800 will cover international and national transportation, veterinary fee and vaccinations, food and care for 4 months. Any questions welcome. Registered charitable organization HOPE FOR HAPPY LIFE DOGS RESCUE.
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