Shiloh is a large, female Huntaway X, aged 1 years old.Description:
A beautiful loving girl who wants care and attention in return. We adopted Shiloh at only 3 months old to become a companion whilst I worked from my home office, but also to help my son’s anxiety. Unfortunately due to unforeseen health issues, and just coming home from surgery, I am unable to continue to provide the love and care that she needs and requires. She is full of life, highly energetic and loves to explore. She loves to be a part of everything and anything and needs to feel included. She is crate trained and toilet trained, de-sexed, fully vaccinated, microchipped and registered (Taranaki council). She is used to running around with our free spirited children and will only bark when excited or at strangers, cats or new dogs (to say “hello, please play with me”). If you can provide our baby her forever home please drop me a line with a little about yourself and what you can offer our baby girl Shiloh.Is Shiloh used to children? Yes.
Is Shiloh used to cats? Yes.
Is Shiloh toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Shiloh used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Shiloh used to chickens? No.
How well does Shiloh get on with other dogs? Great.
Shiloh lives in Bell Block, NEW PLYMOUTH, North Island.
A bit about Shiloh’s personality:
Energetic, loving, needs attention.
My name: Sophia Robinson.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 0211242753
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