Male French Bulldog puppy
For sale is a charming male French Bulldog puppy, boasting a striking black and tan coat. At nearly 6 months old, this affectionate little chap is a reluctant sale. Born and raised in our family home in Dromore West, he has been well socialised and is used to the hustle and bustle of family life.
He has been responsibly bred, with both parents available to be seen. His health is of utmost importance to us, and as such, he has been vaccinated and wormed. He is also microchipped for added security. This delightful puppy is ready to bring joy and companionship to his new forever home.
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