Colt is a medium-sized, male huntaway-x-blue-heeler, aged 1 year old.Description:
One year old. Desexed. Microchipped. Registered. Has been a pet but has a problem with barking which has caused complaints to the council. We feel he needs to be on a farm, where he can have a chance to thrive with better training and exercise. He is a very high energy dog so not suitable for residential areas.Huntaway x Blue Heeler
Is Colt used to children? Yes.
Is Colt used to cats? Yes.
Is Colt toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Colt used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Colt used to chickens? No.
How well does Colt get on with other dogs? OK.
Colt lives in Waiouru, North Island.
A bit about Colt’s personality:
He just needs time to get used to other dogs. Once he does he’s fine.
High energy, got a big bark on him.
Loves cuddles but struggles with very minor fear aggression when he is hurt or scared. This can likely be corrected with the right training.
Friendly excitable young boy who needs a lot of enrichment and mental stimulation.
My name: Krystal Gamman.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0211005743
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