Rose is a medium-sized, female huntaway, aged 3 years old.Description:
Rose or commonly know as “Rosey Posey” is an almost 4 year old Huntaway bitch that my sisters and I have probably loved too much to make a good farm dog. She’s quite useful with cattle however isn’t overly interested in sheep so could potentially be useful on a dairy or cattle block.
We have kept her for this long because my sister adores her so much she was going to keep her as a pet but since Covid, plans have changed and we have got more working dogs so unfortunately Rose has to go. I really hope we can find a loving home for her as she’s a beautiful dog.
Is Rose used to children? Yes.
Is Rose used to cats? Yes.
Is Rose toilet-trained? Don’t know.
Is Rose used to stock? Yes.
Is Rose used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Rose get on with other dogs? OK.
Rose lives in Waipukurau, North Island.
A bit about Rose’s personality:
Rose is a very sweet and loving dog who is great with everyone and everything! She is quite soft so can be picked on a bit by other dogs and go into her shell so I want to make sure that doesn’t happen. We call her our truffle dog because on the farm she spends most of the time sniffing the ground with an occasional bark or “yip”. In terms of a working dog she’s relatively lazy however would still need exercise and room to move.
My name: Victoria Anstis.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0278273557
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