Banjo is a large, male Huntaway X, aged 3 years old.Description:
Banjo is a 3 year old desexed male, his Mum is a pedigree black labrador and Dad is the farm heading dog x hunterway. He’s a wonderful natured family dog that is great around other dogs, cats, chickens, kids etc, not interested in working at all and has the calm nature of a labrador, he’s been an inside and outside dog, is crate trained (he currently sleeps inside at night) and kennel trained. He’s not a barker, but his big hunterway bark comes out at play time with other dogs or when he gets excited when heading down the farm for a run. A great, safe family pet. Will only consider a family that can travel to meet him, we’re happy to so some travelling for meet ups.Is Banjo used to children? Yes.
Is Banjo used to cats? Yes.
Is Banjo toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Banjo used to stock? Yes.
Is Banjo used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Banjo get on with other dogs? Great.
Banjo lives in Otorohanga, North Island.
A bit about Banjo’s personality:
He has the laid back nature of his lab mum, is chocolate lab in colouring and has the deep bark of a hunterway but doesn’t bark excessively. He’s a lovely family pet, loves to play with balls, ropes, sticks or anything close by, he has a special trick of stacking toys, where he tries to get as many sticks or toys in his mouth at once, just like a lab, he doesn’t like water though!
My name: Trish Ambury.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0274756239
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