Moose is a large, male Huntaway X, aged 6 years old.Description:
We have had to make the difficult decision to rehome our beloved huntaway as he has not adjusted well to the addition of children. He would need to go to a home with no kids.
He doesn’t appreciate cats getting into his personal space, he otherwise ignores them.
He is an indoor dog and has been from day 1. He can stay inside without incident for a full working day. He is equally lazy as he is willing to go on a walk.
He has been inconsistently around chickens and stock but has been fine with them. He has been a rural dog most of his life. He’s wary of small dogs since being bitten by one.
He can be nervous of people when he first meets you but once he accepts you as part of his pack, he’s a friend for life.
Is Moose used to cats? No.
Is Moose toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Moose used to stock? Yes.
Is Moose used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Moose get on with other dogs? OK.
Moose lives in Whangarei, North Island.
A bit about Moose’s personality:
Very loyal, goofy, quiet for a huntaway. Not afraid of loud noises
My name: Erin Grundy.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 02108530243
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