Gus is a large, male Huntaway X, aged 8 years old.Description:
Beardie x Huntaway working dogIs Gus used to children? Yes.
Is Gus used to cats? Yes.
Is Gus toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Gus used to stock? Yes.
Is Gus used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Gus get on with other dogs? Great.
Gus lives in Huntly, North Island.
A bit about Gus’s personality:
Gus is a gentle smart soul, that still loves to work. He’s happy to lie on the porch, he quietly follow you around, and he enjoys having gentle hugs.
I have had him two years. He is good working with cattle, he can move anything, haven’t had sheep so I don’t know how he works with them. He was off a station. You ask him to go and he’s experienced enough to work it out for himself, otherwise he will look back to you for direction.
He is a gem, but unfortunately I have moved and do not have any work for him, and I have too many retired dogs. Breaks my heart to let him go, so he needs a special home with someone to love him. He must have been hit in the past with a stick, as he is scared of them, he is more timid of men so I would prefer a female owner, or a male that is gentle and kind 🙂
My name: Kaz Pollard.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 0272460559
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