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Payment: Paid Position ($20)
Location: Picton
Region: Marlborough/Blenheim/Picton
Experience: Experience Necessary
Listing Added: 27/03/2020

I have a 9month old Bearded Collie cross who has come to me from a farm.He is currently learning how to behave in a house and a town.He is a lovely dog ,but quite big, not a tiny lap dog!!!!!!He is also very cautious/fearful of strangers so needs somone who is confident around dogs and has some experience with positive training.If you think you can cope with a large dog who is learning about the world then please get in touch

 

If you are keen on dogs and have experience training/ excercising/ and generaly living with dogs I am looking for someone to give me a hand with him.Mainly walking him onlead, he is now quite good at walking on lead.

Obviously you would need experience with bringing up dogs and working with them and I would need to ensure you are the right person to help.You also need to be in or near Picton.

Please DO NOT apply unless you are in Picton or about to be!!!!!!!!!!!!I am getting lots of emails from people who are NOT in this area!!!!!!!!!!!!The work is in PICTON !

 

 

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