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From: Aubrey Labrador Puppies <>
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 2020 02:20:17 +0100
Subject: Labrador puppy #082

thanks for contacting regarding our labrador puppies. You showed interest in #082. We call him Taco. He is 10 weeks old and ready to go. He is a sweet baby with light green eyes. He is very adorable. He gets along extremely well with other cats and dogs. He loves kids too and is ok with strangers. Taco has an outgoing personality and will make a wonderful companion for you and your household.
Our puppies are all vet checked and come with their health certificate and registration papers. They also come with a 1 year health guarantee against congenital defects, their toys, clothes and a pair of blanket.

We are offering a discount now due to the pandemic to encourage people to stay home with their pets.
We will be assisting you to have this puppy until they day it gets into your home and more.
I will like to know where you are located and a little more about you will be helpful.
Our asking price is $500
Waiting for your reply if you have any questions. More pictures are attached
Our website:
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