Storm is a large, female Bearded Collie X, aged 1 years old.Description:
Beardie x Border Collie x Ridgeback. Black & White. 12 months old. Adopted at 10 weeks. Desexed, microchipped, annual vacs, including kennel coughIs Storm used to children? Yes.
Is Storm used to cats? Yes.
Is Storm toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Storm used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Storm used to chickens? No.
How well does Storm get on with other dogs? Great.
Storm lives in Ohakune, North Island.
A bit about Storm’s personality:
Storm is a very intelligent, cruisy girl. Very willing to please and absolutely LOVES people, especially little people. As soon as she see’s one, her propeller tail goes into action and she must say hello. Storm does have a tendency to jump up on people on first greet but gets over it pretty quickly. She is currently in training for this. Otherwise, good off leash and walks well on lead too, but she is already very strong so would suggest adults only walking her. She is definitely a peoples dog and would like to see her go to a home where she is the only dog.
The reason for rehoming, is that Storm is sometimes possessive/aggressive toward our other dog, her sibling, when it comes to certain situations. Because of this, the dogs need separating and cannot enjoy our company together. When she is by herself with us, she is amazing and really attentive/affectionate. This was not our intention when we adopted them and it is not the best life for either of them to live separated and their true personalities cannot shine. We want Storm to have the best furever home as she is a beautiful, gentle girl apart from toward her sibling. She loves meeting other dogs and plays off leash with them regularly. Storm loves human interaction, would be super loyal and would thrive as the only dog of the house. Its been a very tough decision to let her go.
My name: Lisa Hutchinson.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0274775723
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