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Cooper is a very handsome 1 ½ year old boy. We are not sure of his mix but think he is Kelpie mixed with some type of hound (He’s very tall and has a wirey coat).
Cooper is an amazing boy and I can’t pick any faults with him. If I didn’t have so many dogs myself, I would love to keep him. He will be one of those dogs that own and will never get another like. He’s fantastic with other dogs, and great with kids, although a little boisterous at times so probably best suited to kids over the age of about 8 years. He is great with cats and horses.
Cooper is very clever and eager to please, he is toilet trained and great inside the house. He is a smoochy boy who is equally happy running around and playing, or stretched out/curled up close to his family having a rest. He has plenty of energy, loves to go for long walks.
Cooper would be best suited to a home where someone is home a majority of the time, or at least able to take him with them as much as possible. He would love a doggy brother or sister around the same age and activity level to keep him company and entertained, particularly if his human family are out and about and he is unable to be with them.
Cooper will be a four week trial.
If you are interested in meeting Cooper, please email us with answers to the following questions:
1. Describe your home environment.
2. How many family members? Are all family members in agreement of getting a dog?
3. Have you previously owned dogs? If so, what breeds?
4. Describe your property?
5. Do you currently have any other animals?
6. What are your current vet details?
7. What type of exercise will the dog get?
8. Where will the dog sleep?
9. How many hours a day will the dog be alone?
10. Are you prepared for the work involved in training the dog?
If you are interested in one of our furry friends, please complete a pre-adoption questionnaire. We will contact you to discuss further and arrange a meet and greet. Following a successful meet and greet, you will complete adoption paperwork and you can welcome the new addition to your family!
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
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