Beagle x Labrador puppies ready for new homes
Beagle x Labrador puppies.
#*4 months old* - local vet messed us around registering pups on database since Dec 6th hence age.
They've received their 7 in 1 vaccination, microchipped and wormed every 2 weeks with Drontal.
They are a lovely litter of Beagle x Labrador puppies.
They are ready for their new homes. These puppies are a unique blend of two of the most popular breeds, combining the playful and active temperament of a Beagle with the loyal and loving nature of a Labrador. They are currently located in Enniscorthy and have been wormed every two weeks with Drontal.
The litter includes a male tricolour (brown, black, and white), a female black, a male black and white, and a female tricolour (brown, black, and white). Each puppy is full of energy and ready to bring joy to their new homes They have been very keen on chew toys and love socialising with our other dogs and cat.
They've spent a lot of time in the kitchen and are familiar with sounds in the home. Mum (Dotty) is a family pet who loves her adventures in the garden and can be seen with pups anytime. It's her first litter. Dotty has been DNA tested and is 80% beagle and 100% hound.
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