LACHY, 5 month old male Border Collie x Kelpie

ON ADOPTION TRIAL ... Lachy and his three other siblings were surrendered when their Mumma had an unplanned litter.

The four puppies - Lachy, Emma, Anthony and Simon are named after The Wiggles because Anthony showed a great interest in watching The Wiggles.

Anthony and Emma are currently on adoption trial, which leaves Lachy and Simon looking for a forever home.

- Cute as a button!
- Easily trainable
- Great company
- Lots of fun
- Good with dogs, cats, children/people, chickens and ducks
- Snuggly, cuddly, happy little baby

- Still toilet training
- Is a high energy breed, so will need regular exercise (not necessarily a con)
- Puppies teeth and have plenty of energy. They need extra attention compared to adult dogs.

Ref: ARRG ID 2218

I want to ADOPT LACHY — If emailing please include your location and phone number so we can chat about suitability and viewing LACHY.

If you have a fenced area, time to exercise and care for LACHY and you can offer a home FOR LIFE please contact us.

Telepone: (02)6622 1881 and (02)6622 1020 office hours - (02)6662 7154 after hours.
Location: Animal Rights and Rescue is located on the Far North Coast NSW (near Ballina, Byron Bay,Casino,Lismore), Australia.

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