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Max is an 18 month old, 28 lb. neutered male mix in Dolgeville, NY.

Max is a 28 pound neutered cattle dog mix near somewhere between 1 and 2 years of age near Utica, NY. I have always had border collies and Max has a much higher energy level than all of my BC’s put together.

 

I love him but I don’t think that I’m the right person for him. I adopted him last November. The person who was fostering him had a prong martingale collar on him and was keeping him in an outside kennel.

 

Someone with breed experience should take him and love him forever. He would benefit from a home with a fenced yard and an owner who is interested in dog sports. I have no doubt that Max would make an excellent agility or coursing dog. He has springs on the bottoms of his little feet, I swear.

 

Max is good with other dogs, but he gets a bit too rough with my submissive middle aged frenchie mix. Max is super friendly and sweet with every one he meets. He loves to snuggle and prefers to be the center of attention. I have never had him around children.

 

He has a very high prey drive and wants to kill my chickens, which is a problem. He also cannot run around my farm because he needs to be leashed or he will run off. There is no problem playing with his feet, but he does not like the nail trimmers. I bring him to the vet for pedicures.

 

Max is up to date on his vaccines, neutered, and on monthly preventatives for parasites. Max knows sit, stay and “leave it”. He should not go to a home with cats.

 

Max cannot be left for long periods of time. He will eliminate in the house, and in his crate and needs to go out before morning coffee. He would be a dog that could go to work with you though. He just wants to be with his person.

 

Max is a super fun dog, he makes me laugh everyday. I hope that there is someone who can give him the life he deserves and help him shine. He needs more than being a farm dog.

 

A rehoming fee is required which will be donated to ACDRA. I can help with transport.

Max is in Dolgeville, NY.

For information email emily.dzek@gmail.com