Wookie is a large, male, Bearded Collie puppy, aged 9 months.Description:
Wookie is a large male Beardie with a medium coat tri colour aged 9 months he is a September pup 2021Is Wookie used to children? No.
Is Wookie used to cats? No.
Is Wookie toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Wookie used to stock? No.
Is Wookie used to chickens? No.
How well does Wookie get on with other dogs? Great.
Wookie lives in Palmerston North, North Island.
A bit about Wookie’s personality:
Wookie is a laid back handsome fellow. He is a very cool dog, friendly with a lovely nature. He is good with other dogs but can be a bit hard to get back if he is having a wonderful time “but I am having fun mum!!”
He walks well on the lead and responds to “come on or come along” when he is spending too long sniffing! He also knows “leave it” when picking up something manky!
He knows basic commands – sit, wait, okay, out and bed.
Wookie goes to doggy day care and is very popular. He is up to date with his vaccinations, he is castrated, microchipped and registered.
He travels well in the car with his seatbelt on. He sleeps outside at night and is happy to be tied up.
Doesn’t bark and would be no good as a guard dog so good with visitors!
We are rehoming him because we are not the right family for him. We think he would be a good fit with a family with older kids 10 plus or someone that likes to exercise a lot! He enjoys playing with his toys and will pick up sticks on his walk and trot like a show pony!
Needs an experienced owner not a first timer.
My name: Amanda Dowling.
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My phone number: +64211157446
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