- Dog Breeds: Brittany
- Age: almost 8 weeks ready soon for new homes
- Description: Brittany pups for sale. Hunting trialing/competition blood lines. Prefer hunting homes that is what they are bred for.
- Website: facebook
- Price: $1000.00
- Location: Pueblo, Colorado
- Contact Number: 719-778-3375
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dog Breed: American Eskimo
- Age: 7 weeks
- Description: 3 males and 3 females, I have both mother and father, purebred amercian eskimos, I didnt register this litter because I want some one to love the adorable animal as I have for over 40 yrs , and they are White, with cream tint on ears, Already had first puppy shots, on solid food, they get along with other dogs as we have 4 others. Non smoking home, they been raised inside entirely, Ready for your love and home now. . . About the breed A small to medium-size Nordic-type dog, the American Eskimo Dog is known for its bright white coat, jet black points (lips, nose and eye rims) and erect triangular ears. Although once used as a circus dog, they are primarily companion dogs today and participate in conformation, obedience and agility competitions. The breed’s white double coat consists of a short, dense undercoat, with longer guard hairs forming an outer coat that stands off from the body. Consider this Intelligent, alert and friendly, the American Eskimo Dog is also an excellent watchdog, protective of his home and family. The Eskie learns quickly and is eager to please his owner, but requires daily exercise. Their voluminous coat sheds and needs to be brushed and bathed on a regular basis MODESTO,CA 95355 email@example.com
- Price: 350.00
- Location: Modesto, CA 95354
- Contact Number: 209 521 4604
- Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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