About Paua:

Paua is a medium-sized, male Border Collie, aged 2 years old.


Paua has been my beloved pet since he was 5 months, he is full of beans, loves a good run and splash in any water he can find. He’s very smart and can learn anything in a couple of goes. Very good with kids and humans.

Unfortunately, he has become incredibly reactive which I believe stems from overstimulation (being a BC and coming from a working line). Sadly I don’t have any work for this poor baby, although I have trained him to do many things around the house it’s just not enough for him.

He has been attacked a few times by people not having control of their dogs and has become selectively dog reactive. However, he goes wonderful in a pack situation with dogs he knows and trusts.

This is a very hard decision for me but after many many months of training and trying every option possible to help his reactivity, I can no longer commit to the time and money, as I have other dogs and a child. and he’s taking away from them.

I would prefer he goes to a home with other dogs in a working environment. However, he could be great as a single pet also with the right owner. I am in no rush to let him go and will need a vet reference, character reference and home pictures.

He’s fully vaxed plus kennel cough, desexed, and microchipped.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions. 0224066813

Is Paua used to children? Yes.
Is Paua used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Paua toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Paua used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Paua used to chickens? No.
How well does Paua get on with other dogs? Not friendly.
Paua lives in Kapiti, .
A bit about Paua’s personality:

He knows all commands and a very fast learner.

About me:

My name: Jordy.
My e-mail address: jordy.katene1993@gmail.com.
My phone number: 0224066813


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