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🧸🧸Loveadoodles Last Litter of Poochons🧸🧸

Bolton
5 hours
£1,200
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Adv. ID
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Views
1099
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15
Adv. Location
Advertiser
Licensed Breeder
Advert Type
For sale
Breed
Health Checked
yes
Microchipped by collection date
yes
Original breeder
yes
Pet Age:
5 weeks, 2 days
Pet Available
2024-07-09
Pet Viewable with Mother
yes
Pets in litter
5 male / 2 female
Vaccinations up to date
yes
Worm and flea treated
yes
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Description
🏖Holidays can be accommodated🏖 🌟5*Home Breeder, be confident your puppy has had the best start in life with life long support. We, (being myself my husband, my children and our extended family who help and support) are experienced breeders who have been inspected and licensed by the local authority gaining a 5* rating. (The best you can possibly get, meaning I achieve all higher standards in terms of care and set up) We pride ourselves on producing amazing family dogs. They have been bred to have fabulous temperaments and low to non shedding coats. They are raised in the family home. You can view our dogs on instagram @loveadoodles I have included photos of previous puppies and what they look like as adults. Puppies are clear of genetic illness through parentage and cannot be affected by these. They will be ready to leave at 8 Weeks old, after being thoroughly vet checked. We are very experienced breeders and therefore have a wealth of knowledge with regards breeding and raising dogs ensuring that you can choose a pup with the confidence knowing that they have had the best possible start during the integral early weeks of their lives. We have a socialisation policy which I am happy to supply; we follow this to ensure that each and every pup receives the correct early stimulation which starts from birth. The pups are being raised in my family home with all the noises, smells and stimuli that come with this. They are used to being around and handled by children and are integrated with other family dogs. This early interaction ensures that the pups have the best possible start to ensure sound personalities and easy integration into their new families. All our dogs receive the best possible care, quality food and want for nothing. We have numerous testimonials from current owners which can be supplied, I am always available for support with new puppy owners if you wish and therefore you do not feel alone on the journey of welcoming a new one into your lives. It isn't uncommon for us to have families come back for another pup further down the line which is testiment to the great pups we produce. Pups leave; **Fully Vet checked. **1st Injection. **Microchipped and the database updated with your details. **Copies of parents Health test, KC Paper. **4 Weeks free insurance through Petplan **Fully Wormed & Flead **Scent blanket and goody bag **We supply a very comprehensive Information pack on your new pup including their routine, grooming, and future training. **They will have made steps towards being house trained my new owners find my pups become clean in the home very quickly. **Most importantly I supply Aftercare support for as long as required (we are still in touch with people 15 years later) we will always offer a home back here to any dog we breed if those circumstances arose and would support to find them a new forever home. Viewings will commence on the 1st June We never make anyone feel pressured to accept a pup at viewing, should one not be right for you that is totally fine. Male 1 - Deposit Paid Male orange - available Male red - Deposit Paid Male green - Deposit Paid Male yellow - available Female 1 - Deposit Paid Female 2 - Deposit Paid 🧸Poochons are known to be extremely affectionate, very friendly, intelligent and fun dogs , merging the delightful characteristics of the Bichon Frise and Toy Poodle to bring you the perfect hypoallergenic family companion. They have the intelligence and playfulness of the poodle meaning that the pups learn quickly not forgetting the low shedding hypoallergenic coats. Bichons are affectionate, sensitive and gentle, meaning that they are easy to train and are fabulous dogs to have around children and other pets not forgetting the teddy bear, puppy forever look that they create with their rounD and big dark glassy eyes. Mum is a Bichon Frise . She is very affectionate and gentle. She is a happy carefree dog who loves cuddles and food and extremely pretty. She is fantastic with children and other animals. Dad is our KC Red Toy poodle Buddy. chosen for his petite size and stunning Red colour with beautiful amber eyes and a thick red coat of curls. He is a very loving and affectionate boy, very intelligent and inquisitive. He is a lovely dog to be around, lots of fun, he loves to play and adores his toys. He is our own stud so available to meet. He is extensively health tested and clear of von Willebrand disease Type I,Neonatal Encephalopathy,Degenerative Myelopathy, prcd – PRA (Progressive Retinal Atrophy), rcd4 PRA / LOPRA (Progressive Retinal Atrophy). A non-refundable deposit of £200 will secure your puppy till he/she is ready to leave once the viewing has happened. LONG DISTANCES? No problem, we have experience working with this on most occasions, we have sent puppies abroad to Denmark, Jordan, Jersey, Isle of Wight. We often have pups go to London & Scotland. We can facilitate video viewings where I will show you mum, the pups, my home, my license and probably one of the children.
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Loveadoodles
Licensed Breeder
Bolton
9 hours
Member since:12 years
Loveadoodles
Licence No.:133634
Local Authority:Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council
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Be responsible, do your research!

Rehoming a puppy is a massive commitment and different breeds have vastly different characteristics. For more info read our breed profiles. Make sure that you have researched the breed fully and ensured that it's the right breed for you, and your family. Our friends at PAAG have put together some great advice on how to buy a pet. Also ensure that the seller or breeder is genuine and ask alot of questions. A good breeder will help you choose a puppy whose temperament will suit your lifestyle and family circumstances, and won’t rush you into making a decision. Here are the most important questions to ask the breeder before viewing a puppy.

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

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

Always view the puppy at the seller’s home with the puppy’s mother. Do not accept any excuses for sending money without a viewing having taken place, or if the advertiser attempts to meet you at any other location than their own home. Unscrupulous sellers will often suggest another location to avoid showing the puppy’s true living conditions. The advertiser should ALWAYS let you see the puppies interact with their mother. Pets4Homes do not allow third party sale of puppies and all litters of puppies advertised, MUST have been bred by the advertiser. Make sure that the interaction between the puppy and its mother is natural to avoid the setting being staged.

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Ask lots of questions

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Listen closely, is the breeder being evasive? If so, they may have something to hide.

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

By law, all dogs over 8 weeks must be microchipped. Ask the seller for evidence and how to transfer the microchip details.

For puppies, breeders need to microchip their puppies under their own details first. You should ask for a copy before collection and never accept any excuse for sending them later.

Check the registered address matches where you visited. Puppy farmers will try and explain away why details don’t match - walk away.

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Know your breeders

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Health tests

Health tests

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Ask what health tests have been done and for paperwork to prove the results.

Breeders who do these tests tend to have healthier pups and will likely charge more as a result of running the tests.

Health check & paperwork

Health check & paperwork

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If the breeder claims the animal has been vaccinated and/or microchipped, ask to see records of these, including vaccination certificates and evidence of worming and flea treatments. It is required by law that all dogs over 8 weeks of age are microchipped and that the keepers' details registered against them are kept up to date. The breeder is responsible for microchipping the puppies and must have their details registered on the microchip database first. These records should be sent before collection and you should never accept any excuse for sending them later. For puppies, if they are advertised as Kennel Club registered, make sure you get a copy of their Registration Certificate before you buy the puppy.

Vaccinations

Vaccinations

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Worms and flea treatments

Worms and flea treatments

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Payment & contract

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Get your dog insured!

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£1,200
Loveadoodles
Licensed Breeder
Bolton
9 hours
Member since:12 years
Loveadoodles
Licence No.:133634
Local Authority:Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council
Verified by:
Phone
Email
Google
Facebook

We take animal welfare seriously

PAAG promotes responsible pet advertising to help protect animal welfare. That's why Pets4Homes works to ensure all of our adverts meet PAAG's minimum standards.