Jet is a medium-sized, male German Shepherd X, aged 12 years old.Description:
Jet is a much loved older chap who has done his dash tramping and tagging along on some hunting. Jet is a somewhat nervous old boy, not enjoying unpredictable children or small people, disliking loud noises and longer car rides. Jet has been with me his whole life but I am needing to move overseas and the travel will be too much for him.
Jet would absolutely love a retired person themselves! He sleeps most of the day away, following the sun. He has a very plush bed and crate that come with him. He sleeps inside and is toilet trained, spending any time alone inside. He wouldn’t ever steal your toast off your plate or even meat! He is a very quiet respectable old man.
Jet will chase cats and is very nervous around children, preferring only calm adult company.
Jet is safe around chickens however and had lived with two older chickens for a while.
Jet has had a knee surgery years ago so can no longer go on runs or long walks. He would love to spend his days pottering around the garden with you and supervising you reading the paper.Is Jet used to children? No.
Is Jet used to cats? No.
Is Jet toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Jet used to stock? No.
Is Jet used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Jet get on with other dogs? Ignores them.
Jet lives in Christchurch, South Island.
A bit about Jet’s personality:
Jet is calm and relaxed. He is aloof towards other dogs. Jet is excellent on the leash and loves a 20-30min slow plod every day or so.
Jet loves adult attention.
My name: Gwen.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 0277770700
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