Zorro is a large, male Hunting/Pig Dog, aged 3 years old.Description:
Rescued from being shot at the pound and has been a much loved family dog for over a year but looking for a forever rural home due to a relationship break-up. 2.5-3year old desexed male. Vaccinated, chipped, registered, deflead, wormed and insured. Black and white. Believe he is a collie X greyhound Xstaffy type and suspect he is a failed pig dog and was likely abused with a shock collar. He is large but mainly long and slim!Is Zorro used to children? Yes.
Is Zorro used to cats? Yes.
Is Zorro toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Zorro used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Zorro used to chickens? No.
How well does Zorro get on with other dogs? Great.
Zorro lives in Greymouth, .
A bit about Zorro’s personality:
– high energy and needy boy, rural section required
– amazingly loving & kind hearted, so sweet and cuddly, loves laying on the sofa, bed or by the fire. Gives disgusting kisses.
– Never shown an ounce of aggression but can occassionally be a bit shy due to his bad start to life, ive done a fair bit of confidence building work with him and he’s doing well
– much loved pet, would be fantastic with older children (younger children fine too he can just be excitable)
– does react to passing by dogs at the fence but great on a walk just can get over excited
– has gotten on with every dog he meets so far and lives with a 4y old male ridgeback X
– LOVES cats, sometimes a bit TOO much, taken a bit of work for him to be calm around our cat but he’s really good, he just doesnt get why she wouldn’t want to play… needs slow calm introductions, cheese helps.
– hilarious and quirky
– brilliant to train, sooo smart and will do absolutely anything for treats. Looking for a home focussed on reward-based training no choke chains, alpha-rolls and absolutely no shock collars.
My name: Jodie Wainwright.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0273134012
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