Northern inuit society registered puppies

Breed: Northern Inuit


Avatea Northern Inuits (NIS approved breeders of the Best White Northern Inuit 2011, joint Puppy of the Year 2011 and joint Member`s Puppy of the Year 2011) have two stunning pure white puppies (one male, one female)and one grey male available for the very best of forever homes. Avatea puppies are loving raised in our home and are very well used to all the comings and goings of everyday family life. Avatea puppies undergo extensive early training in order to ready them for their new lives including noise desensitation (eg fireworks, traffic, crowd noises), seperation training (for when they are no longer with their litter mates), travel training, paper training and basic crate training and are very well socialised with adults, children, cats and other dogs. All of our puppies have their rear dew claws removed at a few days old for safety in later life and leave us having been microchipped, vet checked and with their 1st vaccinations given. Puppies also come with a 3 generation NIS pedigree certificate, a year`s free membership to the Northern Inuit Society (for new NI owners), 4 weeks Petplan insurance and a large puppy with everything you need for those first few weeks with your new family member including a photo and video CD of your puppy`s time with us. For more details please see or contact us at [email protected]


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