Sam is a medium-sized, male Border Collie X, aged 12 years old.Description:
Sam is a black and white heading dog with about 1/4 collie in him. His mum was a bitch bred from a renowned Taranaki dog trialist, his father a collie descendent from another dog trialist breed.Is Sam used to children? Yes.
Is Sam used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Sam toilet-trained? No.
Is Sam used to stock? Yes.
Is Sam used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Sam get on with other dogs? OK.
Sam lives in Eltham, Taranaki, North Island.
A bit about Sam’s personality:
Sam is a lovely natured, easy going, friendly, good looking dog. He’s been owned and worked by a female owner his entire life as we bred him from my original bitch “Buff”
He has spent his life on a Sheep and Beef Hill country farm in eastern Taranaki. He has been great working sheep and cattle and still is, although a little slower. Always wants to please, is happy and such a good companion. He would make a great pet or smaller tasks on a lifestyle property or dairy farm or perhaps another lady wanting a mature dog with experience to support her other dogs. We are retiring so unable to take our dogs with us. I will only consider a genuine person offering a good home and require references and new home environment etc. He works on whistle and voice commands. Have lots more photos if interested
My name: Michele Brown.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0272202007
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