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Pet Breed: Shar Pei
Size: Medium Dog Breeds
We have a beautiful litter of shar-pei pups, born 27/12/14. they will be ready to leave 21st February 2015.
I am Kc certified assured breeder, I have been breeding dogs for over 40 years.
We have 5 generations in this line, We breed for longevity, health, and social dogs. So many people have lost shar-pei over the years due to poor breeding. And as much as we can't guarantee how long a dog will live, we think it's a good start for them.
We feed quality food Skinners, you will be given a bag to take home They will have had the first vaccination, be Kc registered and insured for four weeks with the kennel club. Our pups are daytime house trained buy the time they leave and may make the odd mistake but once they know where you want them to toilet, they will be pretty good. we train them early because we breed in the house, to get them clean as quickly as possible is best for us. we don’t have any kennels or crates.
Our breeding practices include the socialisation guidelines set out by the Kennel club, but mostly it's our vast experience that makes our pups superb. Our pups stay with mum until they leave, she can come and go when she wants to be with them. This is very important to us.
I offer on going help, and will be at the end of the phone or email for as long as you need me. It's never a problem. Our past new owners keep in touch sending photos and keeping me updated with competition wins and progress. This is optional not a requirement lol.
We will send you pictures , but you can't see them until they are ring me to come and meet them
Are you planning on giving this pet a home? Please make sure to visit our Dog Advice section for further information on being a responsible owner and general pet advice. However here are a few helpful dog related articles which we recommend you read before you make your final decision to adopt or buy a dog: