Savannah is a 3 year old Australian Cattle Dog with an adorable bobbed tail. She weighs 42 pounds but you would never guess her to be that heavy because she has a small frame, but she’s all muscle. This girl is some kind of athletic! Savannah can run like the wind, and she can easily scale a chain link fence without even touching it. We see a lot of working instinct in her, as she will often herd the other dogs when they are in the yard playing or walking outside off-leash with us. She is great with every dog she has met, and she’s nice to the cat when they meet face to face but otherwise wants to chase the cat when she sees him. She’s a gentle dog so I don’t think she would hurt a cat, but would probably annoy them. Savannah came to us VERY pregnant, when a friend found her wandering stray, took her in and then found rescue for her. She blessed us with nine beautiful puppies a week later and was an exceptional mother, but now it’s her turn to be someone’s baby. She has a very sweet, demure personality other than when she’s being frisky and playing with other dogs and then she gets a little rambunctious, but never plays too rough. She is very obedient and can be trusted off-leash with you after a period of time. She sleeps in a crate at night and will go into it when asked, and does not have accidents in her crate at night but needs continued reinforcement on her potty training during the day. Savannah has now been spayed, is fully vaccinated, tested negative for heartworms, is microchipped, and is current on heartworm and flea preventatives. She is available for a $300 adoption donation and a 6’ or taller fence is a requirement of her adoption. If interested in this gorgeous, sweet girl, please download an adoption application from our website, www.twistedbranchaussies.com, and submit it to the email address at the top of the form.
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