Border Collie X Staffue



Living with children

I can live with older children/teenagers

Living with cats

I can live with cats





Living with dogs

I can live with dogs


24 Sainsac

Here is what Peche’s foster Mum Sue says about her…

“Peche is fit and healthy, loves plenty of walking and is good on the lead. She loves water and chasing birds or anything else that catches her eye in open fields. Her recall is very good, except when she’s chasing something! She enjoys travelling in the car, is the first to jump in and settles easily. She is a very loving and happy dog who is always thrilled to meet new people. She loves cuddles and belly rubs. Every morning she wakes us up with licks and cuddles! Peche needs the security and affection of being ‘in the pack’, not to be left outside. She definitely needs to live in a home environment.

Peche is fine with cats, she is inquisitive but once the cat has put her in her place, she leaves them alone. She is used to having chickens around and whilst curious she’s not overly bothered by them. She has met children from age 5 upwards and loves to play with them. She does jump up at people but because she’s a small-framed collie, it has not been an issue although we are continuing to work on stopping this. It is just that she is just so excited to meet people! Her intelligence and willingness to please means Peche will learn anything you take the time to teach her.”

NB. Sue has been taking Peche to dog training classes where she has done well. However, Peche would be better living with male dogs as she tends to try to dominate other females..

Pêche has been sterilised, chipped, vaccinated and treated for fleas, ticks and worms.

If you would like to meet Peche or have any questions please contact Sue and Steve on email (details above).

An adoption contribution, in line with vet bills and other expenses incurred, will be asked for.

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