Price 325.00 Pound £
Category Dogs
Published date 17/11/2016
Views 327
Country United Kingdom

Here we have 5 lovely border collie puppies, 4 boys and 1 girl, by rehome time pups will know what the word NO means, they will be pretty much toilet trained, will come when called by name, the 3 most important things, and they will be very playful and enjoy cuddles.

All 5 puppies are short haired. Pictures of pups: Ellie, Sammy, Jasper, Bobby, Patch.

Picture 1 is mum and pups at two days old.

Picture 2 is of dad, my handsome baby boy.

The girl is called Ellie, Ellie has a wide white stripe going down to her white neck.

From birth times.

Boy 1 is called Sammy, Sammy has a white path on head and a white neck.

Boy 2 is called Jasper, Jasper has a thin white stripe going down to a white neck.

Boy 3 is called Bobby, Bobby has a thicker white stripe going down to his neck than Jasper and a white neck.

Boy 4 is called Patch, Patch has a white patch on his head and a smaller white patch on his neck.

The puppies have names already so they can be trained better, also so things like hearing can be tested.

Mum is Mollie, my beautiful girl, she is a very loving doggie and very friendly with people, she is the first of my 3 and I love her to bits, she is a good mum to her puppies. Mollie is short haired. Mollie is 2 years old.

Dad is Chewie, picture 3, he is long haired. Chewie is very much in the vein of a sheep dog, its in his nature, he loves to play , he would play all the time if he could, but he learns quickly and does as he is told, most of the time. And as you can see Chewie is my handsome little boy. Chewie is 2 years .

With all the breeds and mixed breeds out there, big and small, why do you want a Border Collie?

One of the most active dogs needs an owner/Alfa who is highly active, so if your slowing down in your old age, have a hectic life, young children to look after or not much of a walker asking the above question is important.

Border Collies are wonderful dogs, but don't confuse them as just great family pets, if you give the stimulation needed they are great family pets, if you don't then they can be a nightmare, as they will find ways to stimulate themselves.

Its as much about whether you are right for the dog as the dog is right for you, as once you have a Border Collie, or any dog really, it is yours and you are theirs.

So I will ask many questions of anyone wanting one of my puppies, if you don't want the questions then go buy from a farm, where the dogs are products and the breeders don't really care what happens to the products once they have their money; my dogs are not products, I care very much for them and for their futures.

I want great home for these puppies. Only a home where as a young pup they will not be left alone, they are very active, high energy dogs, who need lots of play, love and running around; if your not a high energy person you wont be right for them.

My 3 dogs were all brought from puppy farms, none of them were toilet trained or used to home life; pups that I rehome will be much further on, as they will spend most of their time indoors, as part of the family, learning how to be a family doggy.

As to choosing which pup you will have, that will now be as much down to me as it will be down to you, I know the personality of the pups and the sort of home and family each will need, so if you are just wanting the cutest one try a puppy farm; I say this as I have previously allowed pups to go to homes I was thinking might not be right, as I did not want to let the people down, but I was letting the puppy down and I wont do that again; I love all these puppies and I want them to have great fun filled, lovely food filled and love filled lives.

Rehoming date is around the 9th of October, depending on puppy's development.

Mollie has been well fed and was well rested for the two weeks before due date.

But there is never any certainty of great health and long life where pups are concerned, as there is not with any living, breathing creature.

But I would never knowingly let a ill pup be rehomed, I know how I would feel if being sold a sick puppy.

Any question, please feel free to ask.

All pups will been moulded to like play and cuddles, so they will need a home where lots of play and love is available to them.

My other dogs eat far better than I do, raw meat, bones, fish, raw veg, rice, they come first, they rely on me and so they get the best, I want these puppies to have the same.

Feel free to ask questions, but please don't waste my time or yours declaring interest if your not really interested.

One other point that needs to be agreed, if you have one of these puppies and then realise you can't keep/look after them contact me and I will take the doggy back. It is not good for pups to keep being rehomed, so coming back to their mum and dad and me is less stressful than a rehome.

Name: Clive


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