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Farm Dogs requiring a new home

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Added 2018-05-09 13:24:11
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Hello I'm a resident of Australia and I'm over here in Ireland as my uncle has recently passed away. He was a farmer and has left two farm dogs which I need to find them a new home before the end of this month as I am returning to Australia on the 31st of May. I've attached some photos of the two dogs. They are mother and son - Mini and Max. Mini is a Collie cross and about 8 years old I would say. She was originally a rescue dog that my Uncle got from A rescue centre here in Ireland. She has been neutered and is a very quiet dog with a lovely manner. Max the son, is registered and has been micro-chipped and I would say is about 5-6 yrs old. He looks to have a lot of Labrador in him and is also a lovely well mannered quiet dog. Ideally it would be lovely to see these two dogs to go to the same home if possible.

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Age Adult
Breed Collie Cross and Labrador Cross
Sex Mixed Litter
Size Medium
Neutered/Spayed Yes - All animals should be spayed/neutered BEFORE posting an advert unless medically unsafe to do so (e.g age, health). Proof from Vet may be requested.
Microchipped Yes - All dogs are required by law to be microchipped, their details registered on an approved database, and their owners must have a certificate from the database to prove this.


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