young male kelpie

Bolt

Please meet Bolt, a very good two year old not very big Kelpie boy. Bolt loves the company of humans and just wants to follow his people around where ever they are and he walks nicely on the lead. Being a working dog breed of course Bolt loves to get out and about on a regular walk (in the cool mornings in this weather). 

He is still young enough to need to be stimulated with some socializing and further obedience training. Some brain stimulation each day will keep him happy.

Kelpies are not the type of dog you can expect to hang about in a boring back yard for long periods. They need something to think about and physical activity.

Bolt will be best with an active family, couple or person who understands his Kelpie needs.
Bolt is good with most dogs and he loves his food and responds well to treats so will be easy to train. He is an affectionate boy and will snuggle up with his people once he is familiar with them.

If you think you can give Bolt the home he needs please put in an expression of interest by email to Lorraine.

To submit an expression of interest for Bolt please email Lorraine on lorraine@awar.org.au


Breed and genderMale Kelpie
SizeMedium / small
DOB15/12/2019
Activity levelModerately high
Coat careLow
Indoor / outdoorBoth – check with Lorraine
Training levelOngoing training & socialising
Special needsNone
Medical note:Bolt has had a lump removed from his neck. Most likely benign but we are waiting on results to confirm.
Adoption fee *Plus council registration if adopted in NSW*$530 See notes below
Microchip number:953010100251442
Rehoming number:R251000002
Source number:RE130809

*The adoption fee includes microchipping on the NSW Companion Animal Register, desexing, C5 vaccination,intestinal worm and flea treatment. Council registration for rescue dogs in NSW is $27.50 and $23 for pensioners.This fee applies from 18/7/2016
Best outcomes: For the best possible outcome for each adoption we do prefer that you come to us and meet the dog or puppy in person.
Please note: Even though you may be first to call, this does not always guarantee you will be chosen to adopt. By no means do we run on a “first in, first served basis”. We aim to ensure that our animals are adopted into the most suitable home for them and the new family.