Baxter is a medium-sized, male, cross puppy, aged about one year old.Description:
Happy go-lucky boy who needs LOTS of loveCross
Is Baxter used to children? He’s probably too bouncy for small children but good with older children
Is Baxter used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Baxter toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Baxter used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Baxter used to chickens? Don’t know
How well does Baxter get on with other dogs? He loves to play with other dogs
Baxter lives in Feilding, North Island.
A bit about Baxter’s personality:
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We think Baxter is about a year old. He is still very playful and shows lots of characteristics of being a puppy. He’s had some training and his recall is quite good.He is desperate to please which makes him easy to train.
Baxter is an energiser bunny-he just does not stop. This means that he would not suit a home with an older dog.
Baxter craves being with people and will do his utmost to join you if you leave him alone-this includes jumping out of windows or over fences…he would suit someone who can be with him most/all of the day. He is good in his kennel and rarely barks.
Being a young lad he is a chewer and shouldn’t be left inside by himself!
He has met some older children and was great with them but may be a bit boisterous for younger children.
Baxter has been micro-chipped, registered, vaccinated and neutered.
Baxter is a very affectionate, cute boy who is desperate to please.
There is an adoption fee for Baxter
My name: Peter Gifford
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
My phone number: 021 343 968
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