Meet the delightful and smiley Flicka, a young Kelpie x Border Collie. She is on the smaller side and has a stunning long hair coat, tri colour Black and Tan with white chest.
Flicka is one year old and is thriving since coming in to care. She can sit, drop and is learning to stay. Her recall is improving.
Flicka is house trained and crate trained. She is settled in her crate and does not make a sound over night until you greet her again in the morning.
Flicka loves all people, humans and dogs. She is also great with kids. She plays well with her two foster sisters, puppy foster brother, and loves snuggling up to sister Stella.
Flicka is an energetic and happy girl. She loves going for walks, runs and paddling around in the water. She can fetch balls and sticks and brings them back most of the time. She has a gorgeous, very waggy tail and this sweet natured girl always has a smile on her face.
Flicka enjoys a good smooch of a night time, and is ok by herself for periods of time throughout the day, as long as she is included in her family’s life; you won’t find a dog who is better at greeting you when you arrive home!
Flicka would suit a single, couple or family. She would enjoy having a doggy friend, but would also be ok in a single dog household.
Most of all Flicka wants a home and forever family who will continue to work on her training and understands the physical and mental stimulation needs of her breed; as well as love and care for her and treat her as a valued family member. She has plenty of love to give and will be an excellent new addition for whoever adopts her.
To meet, adopt or find out more details about Flicka, please read our page on the adoption process and then fill out our adoption questionnaire. Please note that completing the application form does not place you under any obligation to adopt http://www.workingdogrescue.com.au/information/adopting-an-animal/
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1 old kelpie lovely natured was dumped He has a huge growth/ hernia on his abdomen,
size of an orange, can get vet just to have quick look to see if he has any idea
what it may be it does not seem to be worrying him but it is so big it has lifted
the dogs tail. such a sweet boy
* will need medical attention
Kianna is a loveable, sweet natured dog, about 8 years old but with the lively attitude of a much younger dog. She is a compact cross breed, smaller in size than the average Border Collie.
This girl is super friendly, loyal and loves attention. Like most Border Collies, Kianna is very smart. It didn’t take her long to work out the routine and settle in as part of the doggy family. Kianna loves being inside but is equally at home in the backyard. Her favorite spot is the mat near the back door. Kianna is a wonderful pet as well as a very talented working dog. Here on the farm I found that she enjoys sheep work, has plenty of bark in the yards and moves sheep with ease.
Kianna is normally a quiet dog but she gets excited when she meets a new dog. Once she is familiar with them she relaxes. She was nervous when she was introduced to my two horses, which is not surprising, but is quite comfortable with them now.
Kianna is obedient. She has basic training, sit and stay and recall. She walks well on lead and is happy to be off lead. She never goes far away before she circles back to check in and say hello.
I don’t have cats or children so I can’t comment on her attitude towards either except to say that she didn’t take much notice of the children at the vets. From what I’ve seen she is very accepting. Kianna shows no interest in chasing the chickens. The thing she loves most is chasing balls however unfortunately as her front teeth are worn, this would not be recommended. Having worn front teeth doesn’t affect her ability to enjoy her food or to lead a full and happy life.
While Kianna is lively she is not a super high energy dog. She would make a caring companion dog for a person who enjoys being outside and can give her a daily walk. She likes the company of other dogs, and would be well suited to a home with more than one dog. Would also make an ideal pet/working dog for someone in the country.
To find out more about Kianna or to meet with a view to adoption please fill out our adoption form on the page linked below. Please note that completing the application form does not place you under any obligation to adopt. http://www.workingdogrescue.com.au/information/adopting-an-animal