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Currently located in

Bay of Plenty

Animal listed by:

Kawerau SPCA
NOW ADOPTED!! SPCA Kawerau happy 'Herbie'

This is Herbie

Available for adoption: Herbie - male, collie cross. Approximately two and a half months old. One of a litter of five. Will grow to be a small medium sized dog. A happy confident pup. Loves playing. Loves human cuddles. Intelligent. For adoption enquiries please phone the centre, 07 323 4032. Herbie needs a home where he will always be wanted, be treated as one of the family - with love, respect and care. If you are interested in adopting Herbie and you have the ability to provide for all his needs for the rest of his life, please contact us. Our SPCA is situated in Kawerau, North Island, 1 hour's drive from Rotorua, 1 1/2 hours from Tauranga and approx 2 1/2 hours from Hamilton. We struggle to rehome our dogs as our Centre is in an economically poor area. Please consider adopting from us. Please don't buy from a breeder. Please 'adopt' from a shelter or SPCA because there are too many unwanted animals alive already. To speak with us please phone 07 323 4032 during our office hours 9 - 12 noon daily. If you call outside of these hours, or the phone is unattended, please leave a message with your name and contact details. The adoption fee is $225 each which covers desexing, first vaccination, microchipping, worm and flea treatment, as well as council registration. To see more dogs needing homes please visit our website and/or facebook page:

Specifications

  • Location : Bay of Plenty
  • 07 323 4032
  • Species: Dog
  • Breed: collie cross
  • Fur Length: Short Hair
  • Age (Years): Less than one
  • Sex: Male
  • Desexed: Yes
  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Listed: 29.08.18

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