Beautiful apricot standard poodle puppy

Breed: Poodle


Heidi (Dawnsmaple Imperial Topaz) has one little boy left who is looking for a new home, he was born on 23rd May 2012, his mother and father (Kenmilleven Look and Listen) are both apricot. This little boy is living in our home and experiencing the sights and sounds of everyday life along with regular contact with a variety of people from 16 months to 87 years and his favourite uncle Jumble a small, brown cockapoo. He eats Burns Mini Bites and Barf (biologically appropriate raw food)and so will happily adapt to either style of feeding. He will come to you with four weeks free insurance, a puppy pack, a starter bag of Burns Mini Bites and a certificate to redeem 4kg of Natural Instinct Puppy Food free of charge, (a litter toy and a piece of vet bed are also included as familiar items). He is wormed, vet checked, Kennel Club registered with a five generation certificate, 1st vaccination and is ready to join you in his forever home now. Please contact me, by email or phone, if you have any questions about this puppy or his parents and would like to arrange to view this beautiful boy who is sitting on the left in this photograph. His KC name is HENRYEDWARDS FELIX ARTY. Thank you.


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Born on / due:

23rd May 2012




West Midlands


Breeder Info

Clare Gallagher


Tel: 024 76503572 07539975252

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