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A NEW LITTER DUE
February 19-25, 2021
Kansas City, MO Area
Well a surprise for us is that our loving couple Tanx & Dakota hooked up and we will be expecting a new litter around February 19-25, 2021. If interested we will be taking deposits.
Males $1000.00, deposit $500.00
Females $1200.00, deposit $600.00
We are going to try something new, people have asked about keeping tails so we will take reservations for tails to remain with a deposit. Once the pup’s are born and tails remain after vet visit deposit is non refundable, no exception!
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