Wolly Hurst – 7 year old male Border Collie Cross

Meet Wolly Hurst. Wolly Hurst is 7 year old male Border Collie Cross. Although he is much smaller than a regular Collie, he resembles the breed visually. This fellow now resides in the U.K and is currently living with over 10 other dogs, 4 cats and children aged 4 years and above.

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Rather much a reserved chap, Wolly likes to associate with the humans, more so than the other dogs. A quiet calm natured fellow, that enjoys his homely comforts. He is a kind natured fellow and would suit a quiet retired home. Wolly came to the U.K early January, and was re-homed shortly after, but has returned to rescue due to a change of circumstances. Good on the lead, clean in the house, enjoys cuddling with a toy, good with food and thrives on human attention and companionship.

Vaccinated, wormed, flea treated, microchipped, neutered, vaccinated against rabies and has a passport.

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