Poh is a large, female, huntaway puppy, aged 2 months.Description:
Special home needed for a special little girl. One of three, she has some imperfections and unfortunately the other two are our picks and we can’t keep them all although I wish we could! She has slightly turned in hips, a slight heart murmur and a little umbilical hernia. None of them affect her in any way shape or form (yet). There is a chance these things will come right though, she has an amazing nature, super happy little pup who is also very confident. She may suit a small block where she can just cruise and be a pet and work some days when she’s older in the future. But would prefer she went to a pet home, or a lifestyle block where she’ll have heaps of room to run as I don’t think she will be cut out for big station life. But would be an awesome little mate to have around. Currently 8 weeks old and hit 5kg at about 6 weeks old, so she’ll be pretty large we think, reared on Royal Canin maxi puppy and had milk when they were younger, she’s also been wormed regularly. Ready to go. 5 star forever home only!Huntaway
Is Poh used to children? No.
Is Poh used to cats? Yes.
Is Poh toilet-trained? No.
Is Poh used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Poh used to chickens? No.
How well does Poh get on with other dogs? Great.
Poh lives in Dannevirke, North Island.
A bit about Poh’s personality:
Very happy and outgoing, super awesome personality, sweet nature and very bold and confident.
My name: Hannah.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 0278293082
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