Pai is a large, female Greyhound, lab and bullbreed cross, aged 2 years old.Description:
Pai is a very out-going girl, she enjoys being active and being adored. She is a fantastic guard dog and is very smart. Pai has an unhealthy interest in chickens which is why she is looking for a new home. She loves to be around people and playing with other med/large dogs. Pai never tires of chasing balls. Pai is incredibly bright and a curious girl do requires a well fenced home. She is house trained but is better with older kids (as she is playful and likes taking toys). Her family will miss her but her current Dad is keen on chickens and knows this is a conflict of interests. Her Mum and kids will miss her sense of fun and daily dog park excursions with her and their other dog. Pai is just young and she is strong. Really wants to be with active people who can worship her. She likes to chase cats for sport but knows better than to mess with them. Pai deserves a firm, fair and fun forever home.Is Pai used to children? Yes.
Is Pai used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Pai toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Pai used to stock? No.
Is Pai used to chickens? No.
How well does Pai get on with other dogs? Great.
Pai lives in Christchurch, South Island.
A bit about Pai’s personality:
Playful, funny and very loving. She protects those that she loves. She is incredibly bright and ball obsessed! Needs an indoor home. Is improving on recall front but knows basic commands.
My name: Miriam Stettner.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 02102233734
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