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My Darling Dogs

New Plymouth, ID 83655

Additional Information: Darling little rare breed dogs! We have beautiful Bolognese puppies with excellent pedigrees. Healthtested Shipping available. Visit our Website or call 208-739-2093


Services: Puppies,Adult Dogs,Stud Service

Bella's Flufffies - Italian Bolognese

Portland, OR 97223

Additional Information: Small breeder of rare Italian Bolognese - BBA registered, w/pure bloodlines. Socialized, intelligent puppies raised in our home! Health guarantee and shipping available. Visit our website for info!


Services: Puppies

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