I am already spayed, purebred, not good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
"KYE" -- is a 15-month-old, spayed Border Collie female. She is up to date on all her shots, heartworm negative and on preventative. She is a high energy dog that would love to chase anything that moves.Kye is being fostered in Connecticut. She is good on lease (though does not know anything about heeling), but will pull when she hears a chipmunk or sees a car on the road. Kye will need a firm hand when outside. She doesn't bark much on lease, but she will pull when distracted by small animals, such as chipmunks and birds. But inside she's quite well behaved and very well housebroken. She would love nothing better than to have someone she can follow around and be with all the time. Kye seems to get along well with other dogs but will test for the pecking order and I believe she would not be happy at the bottom, but seems comfortable sharing the top. Since Kye loves the chase, she is not a good candidate for homes with small children or small animals. She barks at cars that pass the house and will bark at anything she is unfamiliar with, such as strangers, horses, etc. She loves to have her back and belly scratched, and would love to being able to sleep on the couch. Kye is crate trained and not obsessive with food. This trait might make it a bit hard to use food as a motivater for training. She loves to be with people, so going for car rides is something she does willingly.
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For more information on Kye, or other dogs we have available for adoption, please see our web site www.NEBCR.org.