Millie after 5 months!

I have been wanting to write to you since the day we received our Millie from the plane. Everyone in our family absolutely loves her. She is so happy and healthy; we know how well everyone at heartland classics must've taken care of her. Millie is currently growing and growing. At 7 months she is a big, healthy and very happy 37lb puppy. I will be forever grateful to you for finally persuading my mother to get a dog. I am defiantly going to turn to you when I myself get a dog, you have been so great with all your information and help and updates. Thank you!! I am over the moon and am now going to go cuddle with Millie

- Saskia Freybe

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