Bessie is a medium-sized, female Heading Dog X, aged 2 years old.Description:
Bess is energetic and friendly and doesn’t hesitate to say hello. She is 3/4 Heading dog and a 1/4 Huntaway. Bess is looking for a home because i gave her to a friend as a pup, but about a year ago she got surgery that didn’t work as hoped and was no longer able to look after her so i took her back and gave her a chance at being a working dog but she is not cut out for the working life. She would really just love to be someone’s best friend. I believe she would do well in agility due to her build, she is slim, long legged and super speedy, and i think would definitely have the capacity to learn the courses. She is a gentle dog who just wants to have some fun. I said no to the children question as i do not actually know what she is like with children, i have not seen her around them very much, particularly small children.Is Bessie used to children? No.
Is Bessie used to cats? No.
Is Bessie toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Bessie used to stock? Yes.
Is Bessie used to chickens? No.
How well does Bessie get on with other dogs? Great.
Bessie lives in Fairlie, .
A bit about Bessie’s personality:
Bess is a very friendly dog with heaps of energy. She needs space to be able to run around and work off that energy initially as she is quite the athletic type. In saying that she will also calm right down, chill out and just mooch about quite happily. She loves a bit of love, and would be quite the solid companion for somebody.
My name: Sian Waters.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0212131203
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