About Breizh:

Breizh is a medium-sized, female Blue Heeler, aged 10 years old.

Description:

Looking for an excellent retirement home for an active ex-stock dog. Breizh (“braze”) is a 10 yo bitch in top condition, recently desexed, microchipped and registered. Half Heeler, 1/4 Airedale, 1/4 Huntaway. She is very much like a heeler temperament wise, so do your research on the breed as they are not like a labrador.
Based in Hawarden, North Canterbury so a new home in the Canterbury area would be best, where she will be with her human all/ most of the day as I don’t want her to be on her own all day.

Is Breizh used to children? Yes.
Is Breizh used to cats? No.
Is Breizh toilet-trained? Don’t know.
Is Breizh used to stock? Yes.
Is Breizh used to chickens? No.
How well does Breizh get on with other dogs? OK.
Breizh lives in Hawarden, South Island.
A bit about Breizh’s personality:

Breizh loves humans but doesn’t care much for her other fellow dogs. She has good manners and comes inside in the evenings, sometimes during the day if I’m home. She’s very much a one person’s dog, very loyal.
She would be okay helping on a dairy farm with a firm handler (she can get carried away and be a bit stubborn). She has a strong hunting instinct especially when it comes to cats, possums or pigs. Good watch dog but not aggressive to people, not friendly to visiting dogs .
She is very much a farm dog and will not suit life in town. Won’t suit a family with young kids or elderly as she can be a bit over enthusiastic when demonstrating her affection. Breizh will stay with me until I find the right home.
Contact me for more details or for a chat. Thank you. Helene and Breizh.

About me:

My name: Helene De Batz.
My e-mail address: helene.debatz@gmail.com.
My phone number: 0220645303

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