Facts About Me
Breed Border Collie Labrador
Age 1yr 3 mths
Size 15 kgs
More About Me
Likes, Dislikes, Fears, Endearments and Quirks
Good with kids and dogs, obedient, young, loyal and playful. Chappie the Border Collie Labrador is a rare find.
Chappie loves socialising with dogs while they chase balls.
Active singles or couples with the time to commit to a young, energetic and happy dog.
Chappie is ok for full time workers (9am-5pm) as long as he is a central focus when people are home. Another friendly dog for company would be nice but is not essential.
Chappie prefers company but can cope alone.
While this border collie labrador is good with kids we recommend homes where any kids are at least teenagers and only if gentle and calm around dogs. No dog deserves to be rough housed or exposed to a loud, chaotic environment.
Chappie will not suit homes where people live in very close proximity to each other with small outside areas e.g. villas, units, apartment complexes, terrace houses, strata complexes etc.
As this dog is people orientated he needs to be part of family activities.
He will not suit homes with residents that are:
Tolerance to Being Alone During the Day
Will alert to something strange but is not currently a nuisance barker.
Chappie will suit any of the following:
Medium to high. Requires daily exercise and mental stimulation.
When ON a lead ...
As his recall is very good Chappie has not spent much time on a lead so this is a work in progress.
When OFF a lead ...
Recall is very good.
Type of Yard Required
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