Quest is a 7 month old male, neutered, Border Collie. He’s always on a quest to find something to get into, and as he matures, his foster Mom believes he could have many a successful quest for blue ribbons in agility, or fly ball, or Frisbee, or…
He was, by all appearances, an outside dog, with little to no training. He’s becoming more adept at holding his “business” until he’s outside with his foster brother and sisters. He will “sit” on command, fairly consistently. “Lie down” is harder. “High five” is close. Walking on a leash…getting there. Crate training, pretty much there. (He sleeps in a crate at night so that everyone else in the house can get some much needed rest.) He is VERY VERY VERY bouncy. He is VERY VERY VERY energetic. He is VERY VERY VERY mouthy. He does have an off button, but it has to be coaxed into showing itself. All in all…he’s an expectedly exuberant example of a Border Collie puppy.
My approximate weight is: 35 lbs
My approximate age is: 7 months
My adoption fee is: $250
Like all Leon County Humane Society dogs, this one is already spayed or neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped, and tested free of heartworms.
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