Hi my name is Baz, I once had the name Baz the Spaz when my foster carers collected me from the pound. Now I have learnt some manners, calmed a little and have had lots of cuddles and I am ready to find my forever home. I am a Heeler / Cattle dog cross and I have been with my foster carers for 6 weeks.
I’ve been enjoying running around the couple of acres where I live, I will happily go on a walk down to the end of the street or a 10k jog, whatever it is I like to go fast! I’ve endured hail storms, dug some holes and chewed some things, but I am learning every day and my new owner would be able to take me to another level with continued training & routine – I can tell you one thing though, I’ve only ever dug a hole on the days my fosters haven’t had a chance to take me for a walk or run hehe! I come when called 50% of the time, and sit when asked to sit about the same. I have lived with 6 chickens since I got here, and there are still 6 today! I haven’t paid them much attention to be honest. I’ve met the neighbours dog and I walked alongside them without too many issues for about half an hour. I’ve had many (supervised) cuddles and pats with a 6 year old boy, but I haven’t nipped or bitten, despite the 6 year old boy being a little rough and playful at times and invading my personal space, that being said my foster family thinks I’d be best suited to an active single or couple, or a family with slightly older kids. I have lived outside all the time I’ve been with my foster family, other than a few nights in the laundry post neutering, but I most definitely prefer my kennel at night and a bed in the sun while my foster family is at work. I’m looking forward to attending a couple more doggy training sessions while some applications come through from my potential forever families.
Baz is desexed, microchipped, up to date with vaccinations, flea and worm treatments.