Sue is a medium-sized, female lab-cross-not-sure (retired hunting dog), aged 9 years old.Description:
Sue is a lovely older girl who is looking for a great family to spoil her in her retirement. She’s a dog who loves to follow you around, and enjoys the company of other dogs. She’s only small, weighing in around 20kgLab cross? Not sure
Is Sue used to children? Yes.
Is Sue used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Sue toilet-trained? No.
Is Sue used to stock? Yes.
Is Sue used to chickens? No.
How well does Sue get on with other dogs? OK.
Sue lives in Gisborne, North Island.
A bit about Sue’s personality:
Sue is a loyal companion. She’s getting too old for hunting now and deserves a life of luxury. Sue is stock proof and good with other dogs, she would prefer that pups didn’t get up in her face though.
Sue has been vaccinated, microchipped, speyed. She is up to date with her worm and flea treatments, has had a blood test recently to confirm she’s in good order, and a dental. Other than some arthritis in her front legs, she is in good health for her age.
This girl has a sweet nature and loves people. While she has never been an inside dog, it won’t take her long to learn about sleeping on a comfy bed at night!
Sue will have an adoption fee of $200, which will come back to RWD to help cover vet expenses for her.
If you’re looking for a kind and faithful family member, please think of Sue.
My name: Rob Jones.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 068621973
Alternative Contact: Anne 0274575111
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