Olde Tyme/English Bulldog puppies Private Breeder8 months ago - Dogs for sale - Blaenavon - 264 views
Price: £ --
Ready to leave In 4 Weeks
Pets Date of birth 2021/08/17
Has the pet been Neutered? No
Is the Pet Microchipped? No
Are the vaccinations up to date? Yes
Is the Dog KC registered? No
DescriptionWe are proud to announce that our beautiful litter of Old Tyme/English Bulldog puppies are looking for their forever loving family homes.Born on the 17th of August 2021.The puppies come from a very loving home raised with children and other dogs.Both parents can be seen as they are both our family pets.The puppies carry fantastic Merle genes!
Only 3 stunning girls left!
Contact for more information.
No time wasters,genuine interest only!
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.