Puma is a medium-sized, female, Huntaway X puppy, aged 8 months.Description:
We are listing Puma on behalf of her current owner, and helping to vet homes for her.Is Puma used to children? Yes.
Is Puma used to cats? Yes.
Is Puma toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Puma used to stock? Yes.
Is Puma used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Puma get on with other dogs? OK.
Puma lives in Galatea, North Island.
A bit about Puma’s personality:
Puma is a sweet, soft natured girl who would love to be lap dog. She has come from a home where she didn’t have a great time, so needs a person who is patient and kind.
Puma has not been in her current home long but has come a long way in this time. Unfortunately she does not get on with one of the other female dogs in the home, so is best suited to a home as an only dog or with a chilled male dog.
Puma has been put in her place by the bossy cat and now will just watch from a distance. Fine with chooks. Plays really well with one female dog and really dislikes the other. Has a tendency to be the dominant female dog in the house.
Has shown a lot of interest in working cattle but comes back when called.
There is a small baby in her home and she has been very careful and gentle around her.
Toilet training is going well, but she is still a pup so she does like to chew things if she is bored and has a bit of learning to go to with her basic obedience.
Puma has had her first lot of vaccinations and will get her boosters 11/07.
She does appear to have an old injury to one hip, but this doesn’t seem to affect her running at all.
The ideal home for Puma would be an active pet home or possibly a dairy farm where someone would like to train her to help with the cows. She is a lovely girl who has so much to offer.
My name: Natalie.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0274560622
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