Border collie brothers to stay together

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  • Listed: 21 July, 2019 11:39 am
  • Expires: 247 days, 5 hours
  • Location: Didcot, Oxfordshire
  • Post Code: HR4 8DW
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Charity Name: Test listing
  • Dog's Name: Danny & Zach
  • Rehome Type: Adoption
  • Adoption Fee / Donation: £0
  • Adoption Fee / Donation Range: £0
  • Dog's Gender: Male - Dog
  • Dog's Age (approx): 3 - 7 Years - Adult
  • Dog's Age: 4 years
  • Dog's Size: Medium
  • Dog's Breed: Border Collie
  • Other Dogs: Good with all dogs
  • Cats: Cats are my friends
  • Children: I like children
  • Home Trial Available: Yes
  • Energy / Exercise Level: High
  • I am...: Neutered, UK Vet checked, Micro-chipped, Passported
  • Ideal home: Family home - children 12+
  • Advertiser Type: Private

Description

This is a test advert to get the section ready for dogs that are in need of a loving home.

These collies are already in a loving home and this listing will be removed once the first new listing is posted.

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