** SOLD ** LOVEY * AKC GRAND CH Sired Tiny Female
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4 years, 47 weeks
Yes, $310.00 (Estimated)
- • akc application
- • 1 yr health guarante
- • puppy care kit
This baby has been sold. Please view my website for my next litter, due in June 2013. This is a repeat breeding between my Grand Champion Tux and Lacey.
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This tiny little beauty is Lovey. She is red-fawn sable. She is short coat. She comes with full AKC registration privileges. Her weight on 9 April: 3lb 8.1oz. She should mature in the mid to upper 3lb range as an adult. She has a wonderful disposition and pedigree, but will be too small to use as a breeding female. She has had all 3 puppy shots, rabies shot and is on a heartworm/flea preventative schedule. She was born the 25th of June 2012. She is a very people friendly dog and will do great in a family with older children that will play "gently" with her. She is ready for her new home now.
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SHIPPING FEES ARE ADDITIONAL
US Shipping fees are currently $310. The breeder has absolutely no control over the shipping fees. Shipping fee covers airline ticket, airline specified crate and mandatory health certificate. Shipping into Canada (very limited areas) is $450.00. International shipping is available, but fees are outrageous and often require several months to prevent quarantine.
Lovey is ready to ship NOW so she will have to be paid in full.
The office number for my vet is 334-774-5940. I am a work at home breeder so I am able to devote my full time and attention to the care and socialization of my puppies. The Chihuahua is the only breed I raise. All puppies come with a one year genetic health guarantee. All puppies are home raised and handled daily.
INFORMATION ON MICROCHIPS:
My vet uses the Home Again International 15 digit chip. There will be an additional fee of $40.00 to have my vet purchase and implant the chip. I always recommend waiting until the puppy is older before implanting a chip. The chip itself is very small, about the size of a grain of rice, and while that does not sound very big....the needle used to insert the chip is H U G E. Imagine getting a shot with a needle the size of an ink pen.
Please view my website: www.chihuahuamagic.com to see additional puppies I have available and a general copy of my health guarantee.