Blaze has come from a home he shared with 2 adults and an older Border Collie. He has met visiting children of all ages and was good with them. He is house-trained but at the moment does not have a re-call. He is crate trained as he can chew if left for a long period of time. He has always been friendly meeting new people and dogs. He unfortunately will chase livestock given the chance.
Blaze has been brought in for re-homing as he was too much for his previous owner.
Preferably a Husky experienced person(s) who have the time to work on his re-call and give him some other training.
Tibby was rehomed in 2014, she has been very busy with her new life. She has just written to us to tell us how she is getting on.
Cats and dogs can get along very well but introductions need careful management.
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