ID#: RT20230503-d
Estimated Birth Date: April 1, 2023
Sex: Female (Her spay surgery will be covered by BARCs at one of BARCs’ veterinary partners)
Estimated Breed: Great Pyrenees and Border Collie mix
Estimated Weight: Unknown
Good with dogs: She is good with the resident dog, has not met any other dogs yet
Good with cats: Seems good with the resident cat. Does not chase him.
Good with children: Yes, she adores kids but she is still a puppy so she can be jumpy
Special/Medical Needs:
Estimated Energy Level: Medium - High
Current Location: Airdrie, AB
Adoption fee: $725

Hi everyone, my name is Panda. I’m the athlete of all my litter mates in “Scarlet’s Litter”. I’m fast and ready to run! I’m feisty and like to tell you how I want things done! I keep my siblings in line as I am already working on my herding skills. I have my heart set on living with a family that understands herding dog breeds and can understand that I’m just trying to do what my ancestors were bred to do.
I’m smart and curious and ready to move! I am tough too – I was such a good little lady at my first Vet appointment and didn’t even notice when I got my shots. I’m going to be a BUSY lady when I get older so a commitment to keeping my mind and body active is definitely something I need! I would probably excel helping out on the farm or at Agility or fly ball if you were willing to teach me.

My photogenetic looks are obviously going to catch your attention –but I’m still just a puppy. I need a family that can have patience with me as I learn what’s expected from me, because chewing on foster mom’s shoes didn’t seem to go over too well – nor does my late-night antics. My foster kids are pretty cool, but I need a lot of help with my manners, my jumps can be a bit big for her, and sometimes I yip loud, and it hurts her tiny ears. Although I’m one to yip my mind, when my foster parents correct me, I respond well.

I am showing tendencies towards possibly being a working dog, as we think my mom may have been a working dog. My foster parents tell me that they think I would be a great dog for agility training or scent training. They are recommending I be adopted to a home where they are not a first-time dog owner, and someone who is looking for a dog that needs a job.

I can’t wait to be a member of your pack!

Adoption costs: $725.00