Annie is a large, female Bearded Collie X, aged 4 years old.Description:
Annie is a Beardie Smithfield cross. She is healthy and happy.
Although she is a working dog she is also a family dog and interacts well with all the family and even my 1 year old granddaughter. Although she is confined to a kennel at night or when we are out, she spends the day around the house and following me around the farm. She does not wander.
She does work for me but as I only have a small block running cattle there is not much work for her. As we are selling the farm I wish to re home her.
She will answer to the following commands:
Waylego (and also to whistle)
Up (jumps onto the back of the side-by-side)
Outside (jumps off side-by-side and also to leave the current area where she is eg shed, yards, etc.)
Come right (not good with this command so I generally have to show her the direction I want her to go by hand signal or walking in that direction.)
Come left (not good with this command so I generally have to show her the direction I want her to go by hand signal or walking in that direction.)
She has a lot of noise and loves working, but unfortunately there is not much of that for her here.
She loves water. She gets on really well with my 2 Jack Russell’s.
She is ideally suited to a small farm where she can have some work but can also be family dog.Is Annie used to children? Yes.
Is Annie used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Annie toilet-trained? Don’t know.
Is Annie used to stock? Yes.
Is Annie used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Annie get on with other dogs? Great.
Annie lives in Richmond, South Island.
A bit about Annie’s personality:
She has a sensitive streak and responds well to affection.
My name: Malcolm.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 021621975
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