Ghost is a large, male, Huntaway X puppy, aged 9 months.Description:
He is a Huntaway x collie
He’s Deaf from birth
He is fully vaccinated
About 9 months old (born in May 2022)
He hasn’t been desexed as we were told to wait till he’s about a year old
He is a large dog
He is registered with NZCAR and with council
He loves shadows, the lake and chasing cars
Located Lake Hawea (Wanaka)
He is great with people and other dogs
Haven’t tried him with kids
He knows sign language for sit, lay down and is working on stay and come.
He is a beautiful boy but unfortunately our circumstances have changed from when we first got him. We unfortunately can no longer have him at our current rental as it isn’t suitable.
He is a bit of an escape artist, so will need to be rehomed to a place with a fully high fenced yard.
He does sometimes bark and he doesn’t know how loud he can be.
He would love a dog friend to hang with and someone with plenty of time to continue his training and give him some love.
Is Ghost used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Ghost toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Ghost used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Ghost used to chickens? No.
How well does Ghost get on with other dogs? Great.
Ghost lives in Wanaka, South Island.
A bit about Ghost’s personality:
He is just such a beautiful boy, he is active but can also be very chilled. We often take him for 2 walks a day and besides that he hangs with us in the house. He will quite often go and do his own thing but likes having you around for when he feels like a cuddle. He unfortunately loves chasing cars, so would be something to work on with him. However he loves shadows and the lake. He is gentle natured and is such a loving boy. He knows some sign language and is very intelligent so will easily be able to learn more. He adores all other dogs and humans.
My name: Kenzie Hamilton.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 0211771880
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