Wally is a medium-sized, male, Hunting – Other puppy, aged 6 months.Description:
Wally is a Catahoula x Wirehair Pointer aged 6 months old
He is a smart dog with plenty to offer. I have been training him as a bird dog alongside my pointer but my job has taken a different direction where I’m unable to dedicate my time in training him.
He is well socialized and gets along well with other dogs. Catahoulas are bred to be guard dogs so he has a solid bark if he senses something is up. They have also been used as livestock dogs. Have a Google they are a very interesting breed.
Wally will only go to a rural home where he has the ability to utilize his brain and energy. I have enjoyed training him up to this stage and it’s unfortunate I have to re home him. I would consider a pet home if he had the space to run.
He has sit, stay, in behind, stop, no, and on the back pretty much down packed. As with any young pup there is always room for improvement.
He would need further training to be stock safe and good around chickens. He is very gentle and under supervision I’m sure he would be good with kids.
He still has his raspberries and I will arrange for these to be removed.
We are currently on Great Barrier Island but happy to arrange transport.Is Wally used to children? Yes.
Is Wally used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Wally toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Wally used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Wally used to chickens? No.
How well does Wally get on with other dogs? Great.
Wally lives in Auckland, North Island.
A bit about Wally’s personality:
Active and intelligent. Affectionate.
My name: Fynn.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 02041922343
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