KC Border Collie Bitch Puppy - Ready Nov 18th. in Boston


Ready now. This beautiful KC Registered Shaded Sable Tri and White Border Collie Bitch Puppy.

This is the last puppy left from this litter to find her forever home. Born September 18th 2023.

CEA test passed.
BAER test passed.
Vaccinated, first vaccine.
Panacur worm treatment.
Then Milpro wormer at 8 weeks.
Frontline Plus Flea treatment.

Raised on Royal Canin and Multi Milk then weaned onto a raw diet of meat, salmon oil and carrots with RC kibble.

Mother is here to be seen. Dad lives locally. I bred both of them.

The puppies travelled beautifully in a car for first time on Nov 7th to go for eye tests. Not a whimper. Arrived at vets clean and happy confident puppies.

They have been wormed every 2 weeks with Panacur.

Beautiful puppy, rough/long coated.

I have an owners group where people can talk to owners of sibling puppies and where I arrange annual reunions.

Included with each puppy is:
Royal Canin Puppy pack, with extra 2 kilos of Royal Canin kibble, breeders contract and a dam scented cloth.
Kennel Club 3 generation certificate.
Kennel Club 5 weeks free Insurance.
Photocopy of CEA eye test result.
Photocopy of BAER test result.
Vet health checked.

Puppy is ready to leave November 18th, however If preferred the puppy can leave at 12 weeks of age when she will have had her second vaccine and the kennel cough vaccine at no extra charge.
During that time regular bonding visits with her will be encouraged.

Please call or leave a message to arrange a visit.
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Age: 3 months
Ready to leave:
Gender: Girl
Will be microchipped: 
KC Registered:  
Posted: 4 weeks ago
Ad ID: 39198881
  • Must be over 8 weeks old
  • Visit the puppy with its mum
    before paying a deposit
  • Use  Deposit PetSafe Deposit
  • Microchipped & vet checked
  • No imported puppies

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