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Gorgeous Cocker Spaniel Puppies in Newcastle upon Tyne

£2,500

We are excited and proud to announce that our beautiful working cocker spaniel has had her first and one & only gorgeous litter of puppies.
4 girls (2 chocolate girls are left) - 4 RESERVED
2 red boys - 1 RESERVED
The mam has an amazing temperament, is highly socialised, very sweet natured, is extremely loyal and in excellent health!
The father is also an outstanding working cocker spaniel, who is a full pedigree (his father is world field champion) He is very well socialised and part of a lovely family. He is also in excellent health.
They all have different personalities and their coats make them more unique. You will honestly not see a more stunning litter of puppies.
We will make sure the puppies are used to household noises, such as a vacuum or washing machine. We will provide a lovely little puppy pack for your chosen fury friend. The puppies will be vaccinated, flead, wormed and microchipped in preparation for their new home.
A non refundable deposit of 25% will be required to secure your puppy and we will send photos/videos every day of your chosen gorgeous puppy and we will provide you with updates so you can see how well they're doing.
Our puppies have been given the very best start in life therefore we are not in a rush, all we expect is the same level of care and love from their new owners.

Puppies can be seen with their mother and we will be taking viewings following appropriate social distancing and masks worn. Father can also be seen if required.

They will be ready to go to their forever homes on the 9th of February.

£2750 for a girl
£2500 for a boy

  • Must be over 8 weeks old
  • Visit puppy with mum
  • No deposit before visit
  • No imported puppies
  • Microchipped & vet checked

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36774396
Posted:
1 week ago
Emma
Newcastle upon Tyne
Joined: Jan 2021
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