Roy is a large, male Border Collie X, aged 12 years old.Description:
Roy is a handsome male collie lab cross, around 12 years old. He is an ex-farm dog, that has lived his retired years with a family in Kaikoura.Is Roy used to children? Yes.
Is Roy used to cats? Yes.
Is Roy toilet-trained? No.
Is Roy used to stock? Yes.
Is Roy used to chickens? No.
How well does Roy get on with other dogs? Great.
Roy lives in Kaikoura, South Island.
A bit about Roy’s personality:
Roy is looking for a loving home to spend his golden years. He has plenty of life left, is fit, a big smooch and adores people. He is a good natured and cuddly boy, who loves shaking hands.
Roy is looking for someone who is home most of the day, whom he can spend time with, go on walks with or simply lie by the fire.
Being a former working dog used to clocking up the miles, he requires a well-fenced section as he is prone to taking himself for a wee walk to explore the neighbourhood. He would prefer not to be kennelled or tied up all day in his new home.
He is used to being around sheep; good with cats, dogs, and children. Being an eye dog he has been known to herd or bark at chickens.
He is registered and up to date with vaccinations.
Currently located in Kaikoura, a home in Canterbury or Marlborough is preferable re travel distance, but further afield in the South Island could be considered. Advertising on behalf of owners, any enquiries will be forwarded accordingly.
More photos available.
My name: Sabrina Luecht.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 021585586
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