Bella is a medium-sized, female, huntaway heading-x puppy, aged 10 months.Description:
Bella is a lovely tri-coloured puppy, full of life and very affectionate with her owner. I got her at 5 months from a farm looking to have her as a pet for exercise and companionship.Huntaway/Heading X
Is Bella used to children? No.
Is Bella used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Bella toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Bella used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Bella used to chickens? No.
How well does Bella get on with other dogs? Great.
Bella lives in Paekakariki, North Island.
A bit about Bella’s personality:
She is good around the house and section and is very quiet, I can leave her for 5-6 hours without any problems. She sleeps in a kennel in my conservatory and I don’t hear a peep out of her all night. However, she is very anxious/scared around other people, including children and I think this is because she was basically tied to a kennel for the first 5 months and not socialised. She barks a bit aggressively and wants to skelter in these situations. It is going to take a long time to modify this behaviour, if at all. She shows very strong working dog tendencies and wants to round everything up and bring them to me. I feel she is best suited to a rural property with other dogs, possibly working on a farm.
My name: Bill Gardner.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 02102706140
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