Scone is a large, female Huntaway, aged 10 years old.Description:
Scone is a very sweet and friendly huntaway. She is extremely good-natured, and responds well to her name being called and comes to you on command. She is still very active and in good shape, and is very eager to please. She did hurt her hip when jumping off a trailer a few years ago, but the vet was able to fix it and she has had no apparent issues since. She has lived her whole life outdoors, and so house-training will be a bit of a mystery. We are unsure how she would be around kids as she has not been around them much, but she is pretty friendly so we suspect she would be good with them. We are unsure how she would do around chickens and other small animals like cats. She is friendly with other dogs.
She has been a good working dog. Sadly her owner died suddenly in September, and the other employees on the farm are not in need of another dog. We would love to see her go to another home, possibly as a working dog or as a pet.Is Scone used to children? Yes.
Is Scone used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Scone toilet-trained? No.
Is Scone used to stock? Yes.
Is Scone used to chickens? No.
How well does Scone get on with other dogs? Great.
Scone lives in Darfield, South Island.
A bit about Scone’s personality:
She is very sweet and friendly. She is very eager to please and can be very loyal. Scone is very active and loves to go for a run. She’s very smart and I’m sure would be able to learn new commands.
My name: Brianna King.
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My phone number: 0220162970
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