Freya is a large, female Huntaway, aged 7 years old.Description:
Freya is in rural Waiuku, just outside Pukekohe.
Freya is awesome!!
She is a purebred Huntaway with a big bark.
She has never been a working dog and we are unsure how she’d go with livestock.
We have had Freya since she was a puppy and feel she would be suited to a family with older dog savvy kids.
She herds our chickens (through a fence) and is tolerant of our cat but will chase if she runs.
Freya would need to be an only dog.
Freya is a lover and one of her favourite things to do is cuddle you – she is very good at picking up on your mood and she knows when you need her.
We are moving overseas and into an environment not suited to a dog who has had free rein to run and be a dog and it isn’t fair to put her into long term boarding.Is Freya used to children? Yes.
Is Freya used to cats? No.
Is Freya toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Freya used to stock? No.
Is Freya used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Freya get on with other dogs? Friendly once she gets to know them.
Freya lives in Auckland, North Island.
A bit about Freya’s personality:
Going for a drive
Freya isn’t a fan of:
Other dogs – she gets very protective
She knows basic commands – sit, shake, wait, come and NO!
My name: Leesha McDonald.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 021624171
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