- Dog Breeds: pit bull- pitbull/akita
- Age: 6-5
- Description: full blooded blue nose. black coat.
half pitbull/half akita. mostly white with spots of brown
- Price: free
- Location: merced ca.
- Contact Number: 209-446-8608
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dog Kennel Name: Brains and Brawn
- Dog Breed: Boston Terriers
- Description: I breed CKC registered Boston terriers. I have traditional black and white as well as red and white Bostons. I’ve bred dogs all my life. We had Labs when I was a child and also a small mixed house dog we bred once to give to friends for free. When I moved on my own I starting breeding Pittbulls. I love Pitts but due to so may people abusing and fighting them I considered a smaller breed. I bought my first Boston in 2010 and feel in love. They are so smart and very loyal. They are also great protectors, not scared of much. I now have 4 Boston’s and I kept one Pitt. I breed because I enjoy doing it. I take great care of my dogs and litters. All pups come with their CKC registration, first round of shots and dewormer, as well as a certificate of health.
- Location: Pride, LA
- Contact Number: 225-362-7938
- Contact E-mail: Kellisbostons@yahoo.com
- Dog Kennel Name: The Perfect Puppy
- Dog Breed: German Shepherd
- Description: Currently we have 4 males and 5 females left. Parents are from Germany and of the highest quality. The puppies will be very protective so they will make a good puppy to bond with kids or will make a perfect work dog for police or search and rescue. We live on a farm so all of our pets run free. We find that it sets the temperament at a early age. The pictures listed are the Sire and Dam with puppies. The father is around 130 pounds and the mother is around 85 pounds. Included for the $600 you will receive FULL AKC Registration, Hip and Joint Dysplasia Guarantee, FULL Breeding rights, a beautiful German Shepherd puppy, Full Health Check from Vet, Royal Canin 24 page Puppy Care Guide(which includes info on care, nutrition, training, health care and first aid) and a free Starter bag of Royal Canin puppy food. Puppies can be picked up at our Mississippi farm or we can ship one to you for the cost of shipping(please check with us for rates to your airport) or depending on distance, we are willing to drive up to 150 miles for the cost of gas. Since this is vacation season, we will board your puppy (after payment) if needed till you can pick up your puppy (up to 3 weeks) at no charge. Please visit our website at www.theperfectpuppy.net or contact me by phone at 662-315-9048 or 205-485-3110 or email me at email@example.com Thanks
- Website: http://www.theperfectpuppy.net
- Location: Smithville, Mississippi
- Contact Number: 662-315-9048
- Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dog Breed: German Shepherd Dog
- Description: Currently we have 4 males and 5 females left. We are accepting deposits.
Parents are from Germany and of the highest quality. The puppies will be very protective so they will make a good puppy to bond with kids or will make a perfect work dog for police or search and rescue.
The pictures listed are the Sire and Dam with puppies.
The father is around 130 pounds and the mother is around 85 pounds.
If you are interested in one, Please contact me so I can put your name on the list that you want one…..
We live on a farm so all of our pets run free. We find that it sets the temperament at a early age.
We will ship within the USA. Cost of shipping will be around $500 depending on location. Seller will arrange all shipping and purchase kennel and health check for the $500. Local pickup will be fine as well if you want to save the money. Shipping is separate from the price of the puppy.
Please visit our website at www.theperfectpuppy.net or contact me by phone at 662-315-9048 or 205-485-3110. I will accept emails but prefer phone calls because I have found scammer’s don’t want to call.
- Age: 1 Week
- Price: 600
- Website: www.theperfectpuppy.net
- Location: Smithville, Mississippi 38870 (United States)
- Contact Number: 662-315-9048 or 205-485-3110
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