Pepper is a medium-sized, female heelerxheading, aged 4 years old.Description:
Pepper is for someone who likes a project! She is a loving family pet who has lived all her life in a suburban home with three children, being walked for about an hour every day. She has some issues though which means she needs a firm hand and discipline. She isn’t very good with other digs, she has aggressive anxiety around them. She is okay once she knows them, and she lives with a small terrier who she is fine with. She is also a car chaser who likes to bite tyres. It’s as if she has ADHD. If she gets hyped up she needs a firm hand to calm her down and relax her. She knows lots of tricks and is very easy to train. We need to rehome her as we have had to move from the home we own into a rental and no dogs are allowed. For someone who wants to put time and energy into an amazing loving intelligent dog she will be very rewarding. At home she is relaxed and just lies about and is very easy to have around. With cats, we have two and she is perfectly fine with them but if I am out walking her on a lead and she sees a cat she wants to chase it.HeelerxHeading
Is Pepper used to children? Yes.
Is Pepper used to cats? No.
Is Pepper toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Pepper used to stock? No.
Is Pepper used to chickens? No.
How well does Pepper get on with other dogs? Not friendly.
Pepper lives in Hastings, North Island.
A bit about Pepper’s personality:
Very loving and relaxed with humans, a great companion, anxious around things she doesn’t know or understand, especially things that move fast!
My name: Jess Barron.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0211080875
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