Great girl that needs a new family, through no fault of her own. Holly is being returned due to her energy level. She needs an active family that will play with her, take her for runs or walks, and give her the exercise she requires. She is going on a year old, is UTD on shots, spayed, and healthy. Here is the bio from her current family who is giving her up..
Holly is an energetic Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler puppy, just under a year old and just under 60 pounds. She is smart puppy, but is just too much for her current family, so she needs a new home with lots of time and energy to devote just to her. Holly knows basic commands like sit, shake, down, stay and come, but doesn't always remember them when she is excited! She gets along very well with other dogs and loves playing with them, but has never been around cats. Holly needs lots of room to run and play and loves exploring and jumping in ponds and puddles. New things and people make her excited and she is not shy about telling you all about it. She needs help and lots of reminders when it comes to using her manners when friends come, because she likes to jump up and greet them. One of Holly's favorite things to do is chew both inside and outside, so she needs lots of fun toys and treats to chew. Sometimes she forgets what she is supposed to chew on! Holly is good with children and does not mind when little ones roll around on her. She does sometimes forget that she is not playing with fellow puppies, but will be more gentle after a helpful reminder! Overall, Holly is a very happy and energetic dog who likes to be around people. She needs a family who has lots of time, love and attention to give to her. She would also love a home with other dogs to play with!
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