Darcy is a medium-sized, male Heading Dog X, aged 1 years old.Description:
Darcy is an absolute sweetheart loves cuddles and any affection from anyone. He is very smart and quick to learn. Crate trained and sleeps without a peep in one at night. Lovessss water, Loves all dogs, great temperament, great at reading other dogs & figuring out who wants to play and who doesn’t. Needs to continue working on his approach to meet them, can be over excited if he cant get to them, will run over to meet everyday with extreme enthusiasm. Walks pretty well on lead with a harness or halti. He has been very patient trying to integrate with my older cats who are not so dog confident. I think he would fine with confident cats/any other animals when introduced correctly/slowly. He would love a dog buddy at home of-course.
Currently comes out dog walking with various dogs I walk and gets on with them all well. His recall is great with not many distractions. Can be less attentive when he is distracted by playing in water or playing with other dogs. Darcy is 15 months and is pretty a chilled guy and will only get better as he grows up. He’s looking for a forever home. He has lived on a farm & is now a city boy. He just loves life.
Is Darcy used to cats? Yes.
Is Darcy toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Darcy used to stock? Yes.
Is Darcy used to chickens? No.
How well does Darcy get on with other dogs? Great.
Darcy lives in Auckland, North Island.
A bit about Darcy’s personality:
Super smart, Insane for water splashing. Extremely affectionate, very happy sweet boy would go with anyone friendly. Loves to play with people and especially other dogs. Loves his food and treats. Easy to train. Loves a brain game. Loves going for a drive, loves to run.
My name: Jen.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 0226123830
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