Will is a medium-sized, male heading-dog, aged 5 years old.Description:
Mainly black and white with some tanHeading dog
Is Will used to children? Yes.
Is Will used to cats? Yes.
Is Will toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Will used to stock? Yes.
Is Will used to chickens? Yes.
How well does Will get on with other dogs? Great.
Will lives in Blenheim, South Island.
A bit about Will’s personality:
Will is a beautiful natured 5yr old tri-colour male heading dog looking for his forever family. He was meant to be a working dog but did not take to it and would rather be a pet!
Will is very gentle and loving and particularly fond of the women in his life. He is toilet trained and is great with kids, other dogs, chickens, and altho will watch a cat he has not shown any desire to chase.
We expect Will to go to a home where he is an inside dog and a big part of the family and taken along on family adventures and gets regular exercise. And if there is another dog to play with then that would be great too!
To adopt Will you must have a secure fenced section and must either own your own home or have written permission from your landlord stating that you are allowed a dog on the property and inside the house.
Will is not yet desexed but that will be done as part of the adoption process, and he will be up-to-date with his vaccinations and chipped and registered.
Will is currently in Christchurch but will be moving to Blenheim at Easter.
If you are interested in knowing more about Will, please message Marlborough Four Paws (facebook.com/marlboroughfourpaws) or email firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief description of what kind of fabulous doggy home you can offer this gorgeous boy. Adoption fee applies.
My name: Marlborough Four Paws.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 021655343
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