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Cocker Spaniel
2 months old
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Dolly had a beautiful litter of pups. They are a Designer Breed called, Cotralians. They are from registered parents. They are 1/2 Cocker Spaniel & 1/2 Miniature Australian Shepherd. 15-25 pound range as grown. This is a awesome cross. Most of the pups are red merle but have a black tri & a red tri. Tails have been docked. Puppies will have 1st & 2nd 5 way plus CV vaccination, bordetella, wormed several times, vet records, health exam sheet from vet. Both parents are on site, have excellent health and wonderful temperaments. I will hold a puppy with a nonrefundable deposit $450.00. We like for you to pick- up your little ones in person, but we realize that is not always possible. Shipping is available within the continental United States, for $375 and includes the puppy's flight, health Certificate and travel crate. If you would like additional pictures and information you can call me or email me. I DO answer you! Thanks for looking at our puppies, Deb. Will be 8 weeks old 8/5/19 and ready to join their FOREVER family. Pics as they get older or by request!

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D&D's Kennel - Debbie & Doug
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Clifton, KS, US
(785) 692-4373

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Payments are made by money orders. PayPal maybe used if I okay it. 4% additional charge of total being paid. When using PayPal I will send a invoice. Also can use Square D (4 % fee added to the amount being paid) and Pop Money. Deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE for changing your mind for any reason. I give you 5 days to receive it and after that puppy goes back on For Sale. Total price of puppy & shipping must be paid in FULL 3 weeks prior to booking with airline. Crates provided only when shipping. Additional shipping may occur as puppy gets older than 8 weeks old. We ONLY ship on Tuesday.

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