Available for interstate adoption
Medium Female Border Collie Mix Dog
- Rescue group:
- herd2homes Dog Rescue
- PetRescue ID:
Hey, I’m Shiloh, a black and white border collie cross, approx. 12 months old and my foster Mum says I am super sweet. Just look at my photo!
I am only young so I really love to play. I’m not fussy about my toys, I just love to have something to cuddle in the evening and balls and chew toys to keep me occupied during the day. I have five foster siblings at the moment and I love to play running and wrestling games with them. We have horses too but I’m not too fussed about them. My favourite time of the day is after dinner when my foster Dad sits on the couch and I stretch out next to him and he gives my belly a scratch.
When I arrived I didn’t have much training. I have learnt my name already and how to come when I am called. I’m also very proud of my manners at dinner time – I know to sit before dinner and am learning to wait until I am told I can have my food. My toilet training is coming along nicely too. I am really quite clever and I love learning new things.
I am looking for a home with a family to love me and give me lots of things to keep me active and entertained. As I am still young, I am going to need someone to spend time with me and teach me all the things I need to know to be a great member of my new household. I have lots and lots of love to give in return!!
If I sound like the new doggy family member you have been searching for, apply to adopt me today.
Love and doggy kisses
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- 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).
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