About Moana:

Moana is a medium-sized, female huntaway-collie-x, aged 6 years old.


Moana is a beautiful dog who lives with us on our lifestyle block. We are heartbroken to have to rehome her due to relocation. She is calm and well trained and is happy in her outside kennel with a crate. She has been used to help us control pests and move our cattle, as she barks on command. However, she’s not a proper heading dog, as such. She would make an awesome companion dog, as she is biddable and calm. Located south of Auckland, close to Drury.

Huntaway Collie X
Is Moana used to children? No.
Is Moana used to cats? Yes.
Is Moana toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Moana used to stock? Yes.
Is Moana used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Moana get on with other dogs? OK.
Moana lives in Auckland, North Island.
A bit about Moana’s personality:

Moana is a gorgeous girl who is incredibly loyal and highly intelligent. She is affectionate with adults that have been welcomed onto the property, but is very anxious around children (apart from ours, to whom she is devoted). She is a very calm and elegant lady. Well trained and barks on command or when a vehicle she doesn’t know comes up the driveway. Great at catching rabbits and rats, but unfortunately chickens as well, unless they are enclosed. Gets on well with other dogs as she has spend time in doggy daycare, etc. Loves tummy rubs and treats, (which she will remove from your hand with the utmost delicacy). She always knows when one of us is upset or ill and will sit beside that person and lick their hand. She is, heartbreakingly, being separated from her best ever friend, Bella, who is going to a family with young children, so she will need some reassurance and lots of love.

About me:

My name: Roisin Lamb.
My e-mail address: roisinmagill@hotmail.com.
My phone number: 0220461251


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