Amazing Labrador puppies (75% Labrador 25% German shepherd Private Breeder

3 months ago Dogs for sale London   203 views
Location: London
Price: £1,700

Additional Details

Ready to leave In 4 Weeks
Pets Date of birth 2021/06/08
Has the pet been Neutered? No
Is the Pet Microchipped? Yes
Are the vaccinations up to date? No
Is the Dog KC registered? No

Description

4 weeks old Labrador puppies
( father Labrador, mum Labrador/German shepherd cross),
Black puppies 1700.
White puppies (1 male, 1 female 1850).
Only to a good home.
Puppies will be microchipped, and will have worming and flea treatment by the time they turn 8 weeks).
Ready to leave home on the 1st of August.



Puppy Buying Guide:


Adding a pet to your home can be very rewarding , A dog is a very big commitment.You should never buy a dog just because you feel sorry for them.

  • Please consider adopting a rescue dog.
  • Do your research and find out more about the breed of the dog you like.
  • NEVER make the decision to get your new pet on a whim.
  • Make a list of questions to ask by email or phone before you visit .
  • Always Visit the home to purchase a dog.
  • Never transfer the full amount of money before seeing the dog.
  • Never transfer money to Money Gram or Western union as you cannot trace it after it's been sent.
  • Pedigree certificates are not a guarantee for the health condition of a dog.
  • Kennel Club Pedigree papers should have the breeder's name on the certificate.
  • NEVER pay for a KC registered dog if they don't have the certificates to take at the time of purchasing your dog.
  • When you visit the seller make a note of the surroundings eg a house or farm etc.
  • Never go alone or carry cash. If you are happy to buy your new dog ask to make a bank transfer or visit a cash machine.
  • A good breeder will want to know about you and your home.
  • Puppies should not leave their mother until they are at least 8 weeks old.
  • If you are purchasing a puppy you should be able to see the mother.
  • Never buy a puppy that has not got a health letter from a vet.
  • know what type of food the puppy is used to and how much and often they are fed.
  • Ask about the puppies worming program and note when its due again.
  • A puppy should be very friendly and responsive, if not it could be a sign of being unwell.
  • Always get a full receipt for your dog purchase .
  • IMPORTANT if in doubt politely walk away and tell us and your local authority.