Nina is a medium-sized, female Hunting Dog x, aged 1 years old.Description:
Nina Terrier x
Nina is looking for a new home due to no fault of her own 🐶
Nina was previously one of my rescue puppies who went into a home but has just been returned to me for rehoming as circumstances have changed for her human family. Nina was living in a family environment with 2 kids.
Nina has been staying with myself & two other dogs for 3wks now and is very respectful of our home and human visitors. Nina is under my full command where I am able to walk her off lead with her ignoring other dogs and humans, more focused more on the job/walk ahead. In saying that I do own a dog business but this is the amazing skills & potential Nina has with the right owner. Below are just some of her highlights.
• 17 months old
• Fully vaccinated, dewormed, flea & tick treated
• Under command and fully house trained
• Good on lead
• Crate trained but happy to also sleep in her bed in our dog room.
• Good with other dogs but would rather be working with them than play.
• Willing to please
• Not cat trained.
Please contact me direct if you have any further questions. I am willing to travel half way for that right owner as not only does Nina deserve it but that right owner deserves Nina.
Check out Pawsome Dog Adventures on Facebook for more pictures of Nina in action.Is Nina used to children? Yes.
Is Nina used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Nina toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Nina used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Nina used to chickens? No.
How well does Nina get on with other dogs? OK.
Nina lives in Whanganui, North Island.
A bit about Nina’s personality:
My name: Carly Barton.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 0276167280
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