About SPIKE – Far North District Council Pound:

SPIKE – Far North District Council Pound is a medium-sized, male Heading Dog X, aged 2 years old.

Description:

☆LISTING ON BEHALF OF THE FAR NORTH DISTRICT COUNCIL POUND ☆

This smiley face is a happy go lucky boy who likes to chat, he hasn’t shown any understanding for basic commands but is easy to engage, with the willingness to learn with consistency and routine.

He does pull when being walked on lead so will need to be taught lead manners, he is quite high energy and could be really suitable as a heading dog for an experienced owner – he would not be suitable in town.

Find his Facebook post here: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=366209262213411&id=100064730197605

To find out more about adopting this dog please refer to www.fndc.govt.nz/Our-Services/Dogs/Adopt-a-dog or call 0800 920 029 or alternatively email Givingpounddogshope@outlook.co.nz and we will forward to the pound team.

Is SPIKE – Far North District Council Pound used to children? Yes.
Is SPIKE – Far North District Council Pound used to cats? Don’t know.
Is SPIKE – Far North District Council Pound toilet-trained? Don’t know.
Is SPIKE – Far North District Council Pound used to stock? Don’t know.
Is SPIKE – Far North District Council Pound used to chickens? No.
How well does SPIKE – Far North District Council Pound get on with other dogs? OK.
SPIKE – Far North District Council Pound lives in Kaitaia, North Island.
A bit about SPIKE – Far North District Council Pound’s personality:

Happy go lucky boy with a willingness to learn.

About me:

My name: FAR NORTH DISTRICT COUNCIL POUND.
My e-mail address: Givingpounddogshope@outlook.co.nz.
My phone number: 0800920029

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