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10 month old collie Eskimo mix. Male. Would be great for a farm. Moving and can't take him
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Why do you think he'd be great for a farm? Is he trained?
 
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I'm in downingtown pa. He is trained. He's very smart and has a lot of energy. He loves other animals as well.
 
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Trained as a farm dog? What does he do?
 
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He's not trained as a farm dog but has a natural herding instinct. And like I said he's very smart and picks up on this fast.
 
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