Curley is a large, male Bearded Collie X, aged 7 years old.Description:
Gorgeous golden rough coated cross breedIs Curley used to children? Yes.
Is Curley used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Curley toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Curley used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Curley used to chickens? No.
How well does Curley get on with other dogs? OK.
Curley lives in Hamilton, North Island.
A bit about Curley’s personality:
Meet Curley! This cutie has a loving personality and is very loyal.
Curley is on the look out for a home that will let him be with the family in the house, laying beside you on the couch, or maybe on a bed on the floor beside you.
All he wants is companionship. He would be suited to someone who is at home most of the day or someone working from home.
He is an older boy at 7 years old. He likes treats so will be easy to train. Is toilet-trained to the point he will hold on until the morning, so getting him outside quickly in the morning is a must. He will sit with a bit of encouragement and a few extra treats will help but not a necessity.
Curley is still full of energy and likes to run around, but won’t be too far from your side if he thinks you are going somewhere without him. If Curley sounds like the right fit for your household and lifestyle, then please enquire about him below with lots of information on what you have to offer this cool dude.
My name: Hamilton SPCA.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 078474868
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