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Become best friends with Buddy

Become best friends with Buddy
Become best friends with Buddy the smart, lively Kelpie cross who is available for adoption at Red Collar Rescue.

Become best friends with Buddy the smart, lively Kelpie Cross who is available for adoption at Red Collar Rescue.

This gorgeous one-year-old boy adores people and loves a good cuddle.

A cross between a kelpie and border collie, Buddy has the brains to get himself into trouble, but not the life experience to get himself back out again.

Buddy exudes all the classic kelpie characteristics, being loyal and devoted as well as loving and affectionate.  

Although Buddy is still a young boy with limited life experience, he would love someone to take his paw and provide guidance and training. He loves people and is always keen to please and would easily become your new best friend.

Like any kelpie, Buddy has an inexhaustible amount of energy which makes him unsuitable for suburban living, but if trained properly he could utilise his athleticism and his brains to be successful in dog sports or on the farm.

He is confident with other dogs, though may try to herd and dominate them, so either a submissive dog or a dominate yet gentle dog that will show him acceptable behaviour would be ideal.

His $350 adoption fee includes desexing, microchip and health check, and makes sure he is up to date with vaccinations, worming and flea treatments.

You can become best friends with Buddy by adopting him from Red Collar Rescue.

Breed: Kelpie Cross

Gender: Male

Age: One-year-old

Desexed: Yes

Cost: $350

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