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> Max The Kelpie Cross, 18 months old Birmingham
cackie
post 5th Mar 2012, 11:54 am
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Max is in foster care in Birmingham he is a black and tan Kelpie x, Neutered and approx 18 months. Max is crate trained , travels well and is very friendly and playful . He has good recall off lead and gets on well with other dogs . Currently living with house cats . Has had basic training and been introduced to Agility equipment. If you interested in offering Max a forever home please contact Kelpie Welfare

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post 7th Mar 2012, 8:41 pm
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aaaawww beautiful
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post 14th Mar 2012, 6:36 pm
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do we know what hes like with children?
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post 15th Mar 2012, 9:46 am
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I think his fosterer has visiting grandchildren but I will make sure and update smile.gif
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post 8th Apr 2012, 9:07 am
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do we know what hes like with children?


With him being such a young dog he would probably be best in a home with older dog savvy kids smile.gif
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post 8th Apr 2012, 9:08 am
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Well Max is still looking for a home despite being a perfect dog. I had the pleasure of meeting this boy last weekend at a Kelpie training day. He is absolutely adorable and would fit quite nicely into pretty much any home. Despite being a young Kelpie he is very laid back and likes nothing more than curling up on a sofa and having cuddles. He does enjoy pleasing his foster carer so would be happy to do agility or some other kind of doggie sport but doesn't necessarily need a very active home and would be quite happy being a pet as long as he got lots of love. Oh did I mention he is GORGEOUS! winks.gif
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