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Western Cape, Plumstead

Adopt Mia Border Collie

Adopt Mia 6 month old border collie female puppy

Adopt Mia Border Collie female puppy, she is 6 months old and will melt your heart. Mia is a loving, playful puppy that craves attention. Sadly Mia was neglected as a puppy, but now for the past 3 weeks has been smothered in love and is thriving in her foster home.

Mia is a Border Collie cross Ridgeback. She is very intelligent puppy that is eager to learn something new everyday. She does enjoy playing ball, and has been observed playing gently with small children.

Adopt Mia 6 month old border collie female puppy

Mia does enjoy going for walks on her leash, and gets very excited to see other dogs and children, so she could get distracted very quickly. Mia is willing to learn how to behave properly when going for walks.

Mia is use to being around a swimming pool. She is a very good watchdog and will let you know when cats enter the property or when people walk past the gate.

Adopt Mia 6 month old border collie female puppy

Mia needs a home where she can cuddle up to her family, sleep indoors and receive all the attention, love and training that a puppy needs.

Due to being neglected as a puppy, she does have slight separation anxiety, and needs a family to love her and spend time with her during the day.

  • Area: Plumstead, Western Cape
  • Name: Mia
  • Age: 6 months old
  • Gender: Female
  • Breed: Border Collie cross Ridgeback
  • Kids: Excellent
  • Dogs: Excellent
  • Cats: Will chase & bark
  • Housetrained: Yes
  • Sleep: Indoors
  • Out of Province Adoptions: Yes
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Border Collie

Border Collies are highly active and intelligent dogs. These dogs learn quickly and respond well to praise, making them easy to train.

Due to their strong herding instincts, Border Collies are protective of their families and make excellent watchdogs. They are good with children and other pets they grow up with but can be reserved and nippy with strangers.

To stay happy and healthy, they need plenty of exercise and mental stimulation. Without enough exercise and companionship, they can become unhappy and destructive.

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