$1,250.00

General Info

Name/Title
Aspen's Miss Champagne T
Breed
German Shepherd
Age
6 weeks old
Availability
UnAvailable until 1/27/2019
Weight
6 lbs
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Description

Aspen's Miss Champagne Toast is a black sable brindle long coat female puppy born 12-02-18, priced at $1250.00. Her registration is AKC, American Kennel Club. She has a sweet personality. She likes to run and play with her brothers and sisters. She likes to be picked up and loved on. She is always ready for attention. She is a friendly puppy. She is very alert. She is very smart. She is a sweetheart. She has a soft black sable brindle coat with a silver undercoat. She is a long coat puppy. She is adorable. Her mother is Aspen, my black sable brindle mom. Her father is Mufasa my long coat black and silver dad. She has a puppy replacement health guarantee on genetic issues until one year old. Her shots and wormings are up to date and she has been vet checked. She comes with 30 days of pet insurance free for accidents and illnesses, that the new pet owner must activate. After the free 30 days you can keep the pet insurance or it will self cancel. She can be reserved for you with a $200.00 non-refundable deposit. I accept puppy payment through Paypal, Walmart Money Gram, or Western Union. She is available for puppy pick up January 27, 2019. She can be shipped. Shipping is $350.00 including crate, airfare and health certificate. I fly my puppies on Thursday. She will make an amazing new addition to your family.


Breeder Info

Seller
Marilyn's German Shepherds
Website
www.marilynsgermanshepherdpuppies.com
Shipping Options
Air, In Person Pick-Up
Location
Piedmont, MO, US
Phone
(573) 223-2154

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Payment Details

Paypal, Walmart Money Gram, or Western Union.

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Price
$1,250.00
Deposit
$200.00
Shipping Cost
$350.00
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