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Gorgeous Cavalier King Charles Puppies

Posted By: koki123

Date: Thu, 6 May 2021

Price: $2,300.00

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Gorgeous Cavalier King Charles Puppies I am pleased to announce our Blenheim King Charles Cavalier Rosie gave birth to a fantastic litter on the 24th February and all have stunning markings.

Dad is a Health Tested Kc Registered Ruby Stud Dog and a fine example of the breed.
*Curly coat, dry eye & episodic falling clear*

This breed are loving, friendly and playful and are fantastic for small children and families or for someone who is just looking for some companionship. They love cuddling up on the sofa with you and love lots of attention and going for walks.

They have been brought up in our home and will be used to all the homely noises and be well socialised.

They will be microchipped and come with 4 weeks free insurance.

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