'Tree' Puppies

7 weeks old
Pug x
Male and Female
Living with Children:
We could live with children of any ages
Living with Dogs/Cats:
A home with other animals will be considered
Ideal Home Situation:
A home who can continue my puppy training and socialisation

Our litter of tree’s are now looking for their forever homes!

Ash, Chesnut, Hazel, Fern, Maple, Oak and Willow entered CDCH’s care as they were found abandoned in a cardboard box at only 7 weeks old. Despite this, these little puppies have proven to be fighters; and are lapping up all the attention they’re receiving from the staff. They’re a litter of 6 females and 1 male.

Their new home(s) will need to show a commitment to puppy training classes, house training and socialisation to ensure they develop and mature into well balanced adult dogs.

They will need a family that are around the majority of the day to ensure they can be provided with the attention they need and training they require (leave time for young puppies should be no longer than 2-3 hours).

We will consider home(s) with other pets and children pending viewings at the centre. Pre-existing pet(s) will need to be tolerant of puppy behaviour, and children will need to be aware of puppy mouthing, chewing etc.

As these puppies are so young, they will be required to return back to the centre on the 27/11/23 to have their 2nd vaccination. They will also need to be returned back to the centre when they’re of age to be neutered. Because of this, it would be preferred if their new forever home(s) are located within a reasonable distance from the centre, and their new human companions will need to have the time to accommodate these vet visits at CDCH.

It is believed these little mites are potentially Chihuahua x Pugs x French Bulldogs but we can’t be certain of their breed. One thing that is certain is that these puppies do fall under the brachycephalic type so their new family will need to be aware of this and the health implications that can come from owning a breed of this type.

*To Note: we will not consider home(s) looking to adopt 2 or more of these puppies. All of them will be rehomed individually

The adoption fee for puppies less than 6 months of age is £600 – this is inclusive of all initial flea & worming treatments, health checks, a microchip, vaccinations, future neutering, one months free pet insurance, one weeks worth of food and a voucher to spend on essential items within our shop upon adoption.*

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