Wren is a medium-sized, female Heading Dog X, aged 1 years old.Description:
Wren was a rescued pig hunting dog that spent the first 6 months of her life in the box of a ute in town, underfed and underexercised. I’ve had her for 6 more months where I have done training with her to get her more confident but I have recently moved into an urban area and she needs much more space than I currently have so am looking to find her a forever home.
She’s a medium-sized dog, really quick, loves playing fetch and absolutely loves humans, shes sweet and will follow you everywhere. She’d make a wonderful family pet with children or with someone who loves exercise.
She is not chicken proof and was okay with my two stroppy cats. She has walked past cows and shows interest but has been taken out pig hunting so I’m not sure how she’ll go with sheep.
Wren has been crate trained and does sleep inside. She’s heading dog x whippet and has a thin coat so gets really cold, is best to sleep inside. Can jump fences below 1m.
Based in Motueka – Tasman
She is a such a sweet, timid, beautiful dog who is happy and just loves being around people and a part of the pack.Is Wren used to children? Yes.
Is Wren used to cats? Yes.
Is Wren toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Wren used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Wren used to chickens? No.
How well does Wren get on with other dogs? OK.
Wren lives in Motueka, South Island.
A bit about Wren’s personality:
She has started showing dog aggression after her 1st heat and is booked in to be spayed in the next month which should help. She had been to dog parks, beaches, and doggy daycare without a problem but the new aggression will need constant training and exposure to break out of and may even require a behaviouralist. She has been a part of a pack before but recently has become reactive and will try to bite other dogs she doesn’t know.
She deserves a good life and would make an exceptional pet or dog for someone who has the patience and understanding to desensitise her.
My name: Joni Tomsett.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0275938818
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