Patsy is a medium-sized, female border-collie, aged 2 years old.Description:
Attractive young 18 month old border collie called Patsy who loves running, chasing balls, leaping to catch them and also having a human who connects closely with her.
She is super intelligent and very energetic.
We love her to bits but both have busy jobs and a moderate backyard and tho we feel sad at the prospect of saying goodbye to her we think it would give her a better life if she has someone with more time and / or a bigger property to walk and run.
Is Patsy used to children? No.
Is Patsy used to cats? No.
Is Patsy toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Patsy used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Patsy used to chickens? No.
How well does Patsy get on with other dogs? OK.
Patsy lives in Wellington, North Island.
A bit about Patsy’s personality:
Young and youthful in outlook – she still has another six months to go until her brain is fully mature, according to dog trainers who know.
She comes from a working line of border collies but is very much an indoor pet who needs to spend time running or walking each day.
She has loads of energy and also lots of love to give.
Best outdoors where she can run, walk, chase balls or rabbits. Not really well suited to café life – we have found there is too much stimulation from scooters, bikes, anything that moves. She is incredibly intelligent and always has a desire to please but like many border collies, she can get stressed and anxious if she is too stimulated so we think that a semi rural or large garden with a loving owner who wants a companion will suit her best.
My name: Joelle Thomson.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 021376786
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