About Duke & Dax:

Duke & Dax are medium-sized, male Bearded Collie X dogs, aged 1 year old.

Description:

Introducing Dax & Duke 🚜🦴🚜🦴

Duke and Dax are two delightful one-year-old bearded collie brothers who are available for adoption. They are full of energy and would thrive in a lifestyle block or farm environment, where they could potentially be trained as working dogs.

These handsome boys love to play with toys, throwing them around and chasing after them. They are well-behaved on walks – responding well to leash training – and are highly food-motivated. This will make further training a breeze.

As much energy they have they also loooovvveee belly rubs and will roll over for one at any opportunity.

Duke and Dax are friendly towards other dogs, but their interactions with cats and other animals are unknown.

If you are seeking energetic and loving companions to add to your family, Duke or Dax may be the perfect fit for you.

Please private message Waikato Pound Pups facebook page with information about yourself and lifestyle, if you would like to meet them. They can be viewed via appointment at the Ngāruawāhia Pound weekdays between 8am-4pm.

Their adoption fees are $300.00 which includes first parvo vaccination, microchip, council registration, desexing, flea and worm.

Is Duke & Dax used to children? Yes.
Is Duke & Dax used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Duke & Dax toilet-trained? Don’t know.
Is Duke & Dax used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Duke & Dax used to chickens? No.
How well does Duke & Dax get on with other dogs? Great.
Duke & Dax lives in Ngāruawāhia
A bit about Duke & Dax’s personality:

Friendly loving dogs

About me:

My name: Waikato District Council.
My e-mail address: animal.control@waidc.govt.nz.
My phone number: 0800492452

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