Kiara's Mr. Blue Lagoon is a blue fawn brindle male puppy, born 4-17-19, priced at $1300.00 with a neuter contract. His registration is AKC, American Kennel Club. His coloring is just so unusual that it is hard for you to grasp through his pictures and his videos. If you like the coloring of a tiger Mr. Blue Lagoon will get your attention because he reminds me of a tiger. His body is a golden red fawn color. He doen't have the light black over lay of a sable because he is a fawn. The brindling through his coat is blue which is a soft gray. He has a blue mask on his face. His eyes are a light color and presently green. He has a fun personality. He is friendly and likes to be around people. He likes playing with my adult dogs and my other puppies. He is a really good little boy. He likes to get attention and being loved on. He has long legs and is going to be a large German Shepherd when he is an adult. He is being potty trained to go outside and doing well. He is a short coat puppy. He is just beautiful with his unique coloring. I don't expect you to run into another German Shepherd that looks like him. On top of his looks he is a loving sweetheart. His mother is Kiara, my fawn mom. His father is Nova, my long coat, black and tan brindle dad. He has a puppy replacement health guarantee on genetic issues until one year old. His shots and wormings are up to date and he has been vet checked. He 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. He can be reserved for you with a $200.00 non-refundable deposit. I accept puppy payment through Paypal, Walmart Money Gram, or Western Union. He is available for puppy pick up now. He can be shipped. Shipping is $450.00 which includes crate, airfare and health certificate. I fly my puppies on Thursdays. He will make an amazing new addition to your family.
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