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Grace

This highly active girl is looking for an experienced home that will provide her with all the physical and mental stimulation she needs

  • Breed : New Zealand Huntaway Type
  • Gender : Female
  • Age : 6 years old (approx.)
  • Size : Medium
  • Good With Dogs : Yes
  • Good With Cats : No
  • Good With Children : 11 years and over

Thinking of adopting?

For more information call us on 01494 482695

Grace is a lovely girl who has settled in well since her arrival, she is an energetic and clever girl who would suit a home who have had experience of working breeds.

She loves to investigate any new surroundings when out and about.  Grace will normally walk very nicely on the lead when walking with the volunteers.  When she is off lead she likes to run around and sniff out and explore the interesting smells.   Grace will need to learn a solid recall before being let off the lead in public as she currently only comes back occasionally, using treats will help to encourage her to return when called.

Grace is a very intelligent working breed and will benefit from some basic and further training to prevent her from getting too bored in the home. She already knows sit and with the right reward based training she has the potential to learn so much more and improve/increase her mental capabilities.

She will require more than two walks a day as being a working breed she will need to have her physical and mental needs met.  We have dog mixed Grace with various dogs here at the rescue and we have found that she can be quite playful and boisterous and can be a bit too much for calmer dogs so we recommend that she goes home with a dog that is similar in temperament and play behaviour.

Grace is a very sweet girl who is looking for a home who have experience of working dogs as she is very motivated to learn and be challenged during the training. In the right home Grace will be a great addition to the family with her happy feet and constant love for cuddles and affection.

 

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