Max – 5 month old male Border Collie

Max is a five month old Collie pup, who was recently signed over to the rescue. Unfortunately, Max has not had the initial training and input a collie deserves and as such will need a home which can provide him with both training and socialization so that he can learn to be a great family dog. Max is as you would expect a lovely friendly and energetic collie, however he is displaying a few issues that need correcting. Max currently chases cars and can be aggressive around human food, but with an owner who is willing to put work into solving these issues they could be managed. We are currently mixing Max with other dogs here at the rescue so he can learn to socialize well with other animals, this has been going really well and any new owner would need to continue this training. Max can be homed with other animals. Max could not be homed to a family where there are young children, but older children may be considered.

 

For further details regarding adopting a dog from North Clwyd Animal Rescue please call or email  karen@ncar.org.uk. We only now rehome within a 50 mile radius. Homechecks made on all dogs and donations apply.

North Clwyd Animal Rescue

North Clwyd Animal Rescue

For further details regarding adopting a dog from North Clwyd Animal Rescue please telephone 01745 560546 or email reception@ncar.org.uk. We only now rehome within a 50 mile radius. Homechecks made on all dogs and donations apply.
North Clwyd Animal Rescue
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