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EDWARD

Kelpie X (male)

D.O.B. 1/6/2018 (approx 6 years old)

Located CQ

$330

Meet EDWARD, the perfect blend of strength and playfulness! This 31 kg muscle-bound bundle of joy is not only independent enough to be left alone during the day, but he also transforms into a ball-catching and tug-of-war champion as soon as you walk through the door. EDWARD’S cheerful temperament and love for human interaction make him an ideal companion for active adults who can provide him with exercise and playtime. With a healthy, loud bark (nothing inappropriate) and a friendly disposition, EDWARD is looking forward to a home that can provide him with firm and fair boundaries, as well as continuing his training.  

 

EDWARD is on a vet-recommended journey to lose 3 kg, so his diet has been adjusted. While he's not yet lead trained, he has shown the ability to learn and respond to commands, especially when rewarded with treats (shh… don’t tell the vet!). If you're looking for a loyal and lively friend who will greet you with boundless enthusiasm and a wagging tail, EDWARD is your perfect match!

 

EDWARD is untested with cats or children. He has also been an only dog on a property for most of his life. He will need strong, secure fences.

 

DISCLAIMER

If you are interested in EDWARD, his adoption fee is $330 AND includes desexing, microchipping, vaccinations, and flea and worm treatments. As CAA is located in Central Queensland, we will prioritise local applications. All current pets should be desexed and vaccinated. To express interest in adopting EDWARD, please fill in the online enquiry form located here - http://www.capricornanimalaid.org.au/adopt-a-dog-form

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EDWARD

$330.00Price

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    *Adoption fee includes desexing, vaccination, flea, worm and microchip. An Interview and yard check applies (fully fenced yard required for all dogs). 

    All current pets should be desexed and vaccinated.

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