Drax is a medium-sized, male Border Collie, aged 3 years old.Description:
Drax has had a tough life. I got him when he was about 2 he’d spent most of his time chained up so he’d picked up a few bad habits including looking at shadows, he’s better now but still does it when he’s bored. He’s a really cool dog but a bit hyper for me.
He will be your best mate, he’s already half a pet and really loves playing fetch. I’ve managed to get him working alright, he has all the basic commands, sides, run long, walk up, lie down etc. He needs to be busy and go to a home where he can do the odd shift or follow you around on the bike as he will run all day, no sweat. He’s good with other dogs. Not sure about cats, he’s seen them and not chased, seems to not be bothered by them. All he wants is to please you so easy to teach.
Is Drax used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Drax toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Drax used to stock? Yes.
Is Drax used to chickens? No.
How well does Drax get on with other dogs? OK.
Drax lives in Tauranga, North Island.
A bit about Drax’s personality:
Very inquisitive, smart, loving, a bit hyper, very keen, loves water.
My name: Kaden Henry.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 0273748504
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