Chocolate Labrador Retriever Puppies. Due December. Home Bred.Waiting list closed. in Walsall

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Chocolate Labrador Retriever Puppies.Expected December 16th.Home bed.Will be ready 8weeks 1day from birth date.approx Feb 14th.1 day is for 1st vac and chip and we keep them overnight.
Names being taken for our notification list drop us your no. Or email.Waiting list closed.
Mom checked by the vet yesterday and all fine.Pic,s of previous puppies to give you an idea of the quality.Pic of Mom and Dad.Parents are both Chocolate.So Chocolate to Chocolate supervised mating.
Mom is our lovely girl and lives in our home.This is her first litter.Dad is our son,s dog and lives with his family in their home.Parents are vet checked vaccinated and wormed.
Puppies will come wormed with prescription Panacur wormer at 2 weeks 5 and 8 weeks of age.They will be flea/tick treated.They will be paper trained..They will have 4 weeks free insurance.They will have a vet check. first vac.microchip all with paperwork.They will have a copy of Mom and dad's 5 generation pedigree.They will have love and care from us our children and grandchildren.we have another dog and will get used to them and a busy house with all its noises.
Deposit.We require £150 non~refundable deposit after viewing the newborn puppies with their Mom will hold the puppy of your choice.You are welcome to view but you can't handle the puppies until after they are 4 weeks of age when you can have a cuddle.due to cross infection.If you reserve a puppy we will send you weekly updates and pic,s and you can visit every couple of weeks to bond with your puppy.
No offers.No timewasters.Thanks.

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