Bessie is a medium-sized, female Beardy, aged 1 years old.Description:
Hi, I’m Bessie, the water-obsessed beardie, and I’m 1.
I’ll take myself off to a nearby dam and try and get others in for a swim too!
Come on guys, let’s go!
I also jump in the troughs for a dip.
I’m a quiet girl but I LOVE starting the day. I always yap a bit to celebrate!
My farmer says I’m a smiley girl; friendly and very soft-natured.
Guess what? The farm’s fun but I have ZERO interest in working stock!
I come to work with the team each day. I run around a lot – while others do the work!
I also love running behind the quad. It’s fun!
Meeting new people is GREAT. I love hanging with kids and I adore my food – YUM!
I heard about this pet life thing. Sounds right for me!
I finally broke the news to my farmer.
“I’m ready for pet life,” I said.
He was hardly surprised.
So now he’s hoping to find me a loving home, with space – and near water, since I love it so much!
He says I could live with other dogs easily, or on my own is fine too!
My friend on the farm, Max, is leaving too! You might see his ad on here!
He’s retiring. He doesn’t splash round all day, like me. He’s been very serious about his work.
So if you’re looking for a fun-loving carefree girl, with a true zest for life, that could be me!Is Bessie used to children? Yes.
Is Bessie used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Bessie toilet-trained? No.
Is Bessie used to stock? Yes.
Is Bessie used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Bessie get on with other dogs? Great.
Bessie lives in Waipawa, .
A bit about Bessie’s personality:
I’m a friendly bouncy beardie!
My name: Roger Kittow.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 068573842
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