Biscuit is a medium-sized, male Border Collie X, aged 4 years old.Description:
Biscuit is my loving border collie mix. We’ve had him since he was a puppy and I’m very attached to him. So smart, has mastered every trick we’ve thrown at him. He hasn’t been on a farm per se, but would make a loyal companion and thrive with someone who understands herding dogs. Definitely prefers adult humans to other species.Is Biscuit used to children? No.
Is Biscuit used to cats? No.
Is Biscuit toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Biscuit used to stock? No.
Is Biscuit used to chickens? No.
How well does Biscuit get on with other dogs? Ignores them.
Biscuit lives in Dunedin, South Island.
A bit about Biscuit’s personality:
Biscuit is a happy, loving four year old border collie mix. He loves chasing a ball. He’s absolutely lovely and cuddly with adults and older kids but anxious and reactive when other animals or small children, who can’t tell when he needs his space, get in his face – particularly when on a lead. We cannot keep him as we have a baby who hasn’t developed a sense of boundaries yet and is too grabby. He has lots of energy and needs daily exercise. He’s very smart, and knows so many commands and tricks. He’s very responsive to food training and been a great agility dog. He would thrive with some land to run around. Really sad to see him go, love him so much but I know there is someone out there who can offer a better life for him than me.
My name: Gemma.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 02041132699
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