German sheppard x Border collie in Mansfield


For rehoming we have our dog blue,

My partner had to start back full time work (we had no plans originally for this to happen but life unfortunately changes ) along with 2 small children both in school and childcare we are finding it extremely difficult to give him the proper life he deserves and feel incredibly guilty for him as we can tell it is effecting him so we have taken the hard decision to look at rehoming him.

He is a very intelligent dog, knows and listens to alot of commands well, fully house trained, fantastic with kids, he takes a few moments to adjust to new adults but once he knows you he will not leave your lap he can be very excited when it comes to walks and will pull for the first few minutes, he is also partly trained for off lead and recall (he would benifit from more lead training) we are finding it hard to maintain regular walks with our hours we work.

I would suggest he goes to a family with kids and no pets, and ultimately a family that has the time (I don't want him been in the same situation) and will love him the same as we do.

I have set a price so people don't just want him because he is "free"

He is microchipped and up to date with all his jabs and fleaing and worming.

If you are genuinely interested please do get intouch and ide be happy to discuss more about blue.


He is reactive (cautious) to other dogs until he gets to know them, he was brought up with a cat but unfortunately he is no longer around so not sure how he would be now with cats.
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Age: 18 Months
Ready to leave:
Gender: Boy
Will be microchipped: 
Mixed Breed
Posted:  New
Ad ID: 39607059
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