8 gorgeous old thyme bulldogsLiverpool

£2,000
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KR_zGS0MC
Advert Type
For sale
Advertiser
Breeder
Health Checked
true
Is advertiser the orig. breeder
true
Is KC Registered
false
Is Microchipped
false
Is Neutered
false
Is Vaccinated
true
Is Worm Treated
true
Pet Age:
9 weeks, 3 days
Pet Available
2021-11-25
Pet Colour
Other
Pet Viewable with Mother
true
Pets in litter
4 male
Description
We have a gorgeous litter of old thyme bulldogs we have 4 boys and 4 girls pup will come with first jab at 8 weeks and chipped pups can been seen with mum when viewing pups have been brought up around kids and other dogs well socialise they will also be wormed and flead pups will go to there new homes with small bag of food they are eating
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Kirsty McKennaLast active: 3 weeksMember since: 6 years
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