Available for interstate adoption
Beautiful Sweet Boy
Medium Male Border Collie Mix Dog
- Rescue group:
- herd2homes Dog Rescue
- PetRescue ID:
- New South Wales
Harley is a 7 month old, stunning long haired black Border Collie cross. A very intelligent boy with a super sweet nature. He is well socialised with dogs of all sizes, young and old. Harley has met cats, cows, sheep and even the human babies, who he has been very gentle with.
This cutie is a big smooch and will sit down on your feet soaking up all the love and pats he can get. He knows how to sit and drop and has a great recall.
He is an active boy and would prefer a home where people understand the mental and physical stimulation needs of the breed. Harley would love to have a furry brother or sister to play and rumble around with.
If you would like to include this gorgeous fellow in your active and busy home, please apply by email now.
*Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your enquiry, and include your answers to the adoptions questionnaire (below) - please complete in as much detail as possible to help us best assess suitability of the dog for you/your family.
- Please do not apply until you are ready to welcome your new furry family member home in the coming 1-2 weeks, maximum(unless otherwise stated for puppies who are not yet 8 weeks).
*Once the completed questionnaire is received, our adoptions team will respond by email, and following that, you will receive a phone call to discuss the dog in further detail, and answer any other questions you may have.
*The below information must be completed to progress with your application. We are looking for the most suitable family and home for each dog, and applications are only considered enquiries until we receive a completed questionnaire.
Thanks very much and we look forward to hearing from you!
-Specific Dog, or type of dog, you're interested in:
-People living where the dog will be (Number of people, any kids? Ages? etc):
-Brief description of the home/yard area (fencing type, shelter, any hazards e.g. pools, etc) and where the dog will live and sleep:
-Brief description of any experience with/understanding of working breed dogs, and why you want to adopt one?:
-Other animals? Ages? Desexed? Up to date on vaccinations?:
- Brief description of the day-to-day life the new dog would have with you (including time alone on an average day, exercise and mental stimulation etc.):
-Any other information you feel may be relevant and helpful to add for the application process?
*** If you are applying to adopt a puppy/young dog and do not have any other dogs of your own for company; due to the needs of working breed puppies, please describe for us your proposed plans to ensure the puppy/young dog remains well socialised, is not lonely or bored and potentially developing bad behaviours while at home alone.