Lass is a medium-sized, female Heading Dog X, aged 9 years old.Description:
Hi, I’m Lass, a 9-year-old heading dog cross.
But I’m still a puppy at heart.
Chasing rabbits is the BEST!
I also love swimming in the river and running alongside the quad!
As a pup, I was trained to work stock – but stock are boring – so I became a pet.
While the team worked, I tracked scents in the hill country, finding those pesky wabbits!
Now, it’s just me and my owner. I can’t catch rabbits anymore but tracking is still fun!
Sometimes I bring a hedgehog home. Maybe he can stay for dinner, I ask.
But, no, he always tells me to let him go, and I do.
Every morning, my owner wakes to a gentle whimper from me in my kennel.
A reminder I’m there and ready to start my day!
Sadly, we must leave the farm now. My owner is moving to a tiny place in town.
He says I’m a sweetie and he’s sad to say goodbye. We’ve been together since I was 3 months old.
He wants to find me a loving rural CAT-FREE home, so I can live out my days where I’m happiest – tracking scents in the country air!
Probably best to keep me away from chickens too!
My owner says, while I’m good with other dogs, I’m best living on my own. I can be a little bossy and tend to guard my food.
I should be fine with another cruisy male dog though.
I love pats and cuddles. I’m GREAT with people – kids too!
If someone comes to the house, I’ll give a few gentle barks – just to alert my owner someone’s there. Then, I’m keen on getting pats!
I have GREAT recall and I’ll sit when you ask me to.
So, if you’re rural and looking for a loving friend – and fulltime rabbit detective – I’m your girl!Is Lass used to children? Yes.
Is Lass used to cats? Needs cat free home
Is Lass toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Lass used to stock? Yes.
Is Lass used to chickens? No.
How well does Lass get on with other dogs? OK.
Lass lives in Ongaonga, .
A bit about Lass’s personality:
I’m a happy bubbly girl that loves life and everything in it!
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