Gypsy is a medium-sized, female border-collie, aged 8 years old.Description:
Gypsy has been retired from working here as it is very steep – she was my main working bitch until she had an accident – her carpal joint has been fused on her right front leg. She is all healed and I have also spayed her. Her leg makes it not safe for her to work the hills but she runs around fine – she would be fine working on flat or rolling country and is still fit, well and keen to get back to some sheep work – even if only a handful on a lifestyle block. She has done show trials and will work goats/ducks ect. Has never worked cattle. I would like to see her get a loving home with some light work if possible.Border Collie
Is Gypsy used to children? Yes.
Is Gypsy used to cats? Yes.
Is Gypsy toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Gypsy used to stock? Yes.
Is Gypsy used to chickens? No.
How well does Gypsy get on with other dogs? Great.
Gypsy lives in Whanganui, North Island.
A bit about Gypsy’s personality:
Friendly, loveable, been very loyal and would do anything she was asked.
She doesn’t think she has any limitations, so is active. She has been in a kennel in the past but has spent the last 2 years crated in the garage at night.
My name: Jinnie Gailey.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 069275411
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