Tye is a large, male Huntaway X, aged 9months old.Description:
🎶 you’ve got a friend in meee 🎶
You certainly have a friend in Tye!
This 9 month old Huntaway x Heading dog is looking for a forever home where he’ll make his besties for the resties and grow old together. So far, as we’ve gotten to know Tye, he’s done well with dogs, farm animals and children. He hasn’t had the opportunity to meet any cats yet, but giving his gentle and kind nature we are pretty sure he will make friends with dog confident cats.
Tye was raised on a farm and had his basic dog training. Unfortunately (for the farmer) Tye decided that he would rather be a family dog that’s why he ended up at our emergency foster home.
While Tye may be young still, he’s already grown into a large size dog and will be suited to a family living on a rural property or a life style block.
Tye doesn’t come with any custom bootwear and what-have-you, but he does come;
Fully vaccinated (Parvo & Lepto)
Regularly worm/flea treated
Microchipped & Animal Companion NZ registered
& ready to be yours forever!
Fun-loving, easygoing, cuddly, goofy, obedient & smart. Won’t you take this handsome boy home?!Is Tye used to children? Yes.
Is Tye used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Tye toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Tye used to stock? Yes.
Is Tye used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Tye get on with other dogs? Great.
Tye lives in Rotorua, .
A bit about Tye’s personality:
Fun-loving, easygoing, cuddly, goofy, obedient & smart.
My name: All Paws Count Murupara Trust.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: 0211605329
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