Dallas is a darling blue merle female w/copper and white born Sept. 26/10. She will be ready to leave for her new home on Nov. 21st. All of our puppies are wormed (at 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8 weeks). Dallas has had her first set of shots and vet check. She has good dentition, heart and lungs are clear and her fecal was negative. She has developed an umbilical hernia which is why we have reduced her in price. This does not mean she is unhealthy it just means that she is for PET only. It is necessary to have her spayed at which time the hernia can be repaired.
An umbilical hernia is the most common type of hernia found in puppies. In the case of umbilical hernias, a portion of fat or internal organs protrudes through an incompletely closed umbilical ring. Umbilical hernias may be present at birth, or may be acquired. The most common means of acquiring an umbilical hernia is as a
result of the umbilical cord