Bear is a large, male Heading Dog X, aged 1 years old.Description:
I rescued three pups from a neglectful situation back when the pups were only 5-8 weeks old. We de-ticked them (they were riddled!!! So many were pulled out of their ears). I managed to rehome the other two we kept Bear. As much as we’ve tried we haven’t managed to keep him stimulated as he’s constantly wanting to be moving. He needs to be on a farm working. Poor boy is absolutely bored. He’s a fast learner and kind natured. Great with toddlers (but not so much our cat). He’s not quite one yet we’re guessing. And still intact. He’s a tall black pup with tan markings. Healthy, gorgeous boy.Is Bear used to children? Yes.
Is Bear used to cats? No.
Is Bear toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Bear used to stock? Yes.
Is Bear used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Bear get on with other dogs? OK.
Bear lives in Kaitaia, North Island.
A bit about Bear’s personality:
Bear is a friendly, timid pup who is curious about stock. He hasn’t tried attacking them, just barks. We don’t have any stock in our property full time as we only have a lifestyle block. We have chickens but they not free range so not 100% sure how he’s react to free range chooks.
My name: Michelle.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 0274282929
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