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Maltipoo for Sale 88 Euro Pets (Imported from UK) Call 81352277
Posted By: 88europets
Date: Sat, 23 Oct 2021
Mobile: +65 81352277
Maltipoo for Sale 🇬🇧:
Classic Harrods Teddy Bear from UK, hypoallergenic, small in size and comes with big bubbly loving personality!!!
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Origin: United Kingdom
Vet Checked: Yes
AVS Checked: Yes
Flight Checked: Yes
ISO Microchipped: Yes
Ready to go Home: Yes
Lifespan: 12-13 years
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*All puppies are triple certified by governmental agencies, independent vets, AVS Singapore and EU/USDA certified
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