I need to re-home a livestock guardian dog.

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Howdy,

I bought a farm. The previous owners moved to town and had no place for their dog so we inherited it with the farm. This wouldn't be a problem, as the dog is well-behaved and very sweet except we brought our own dog, a 12 year old Australian Shepherd *****, and they refuse to be friends.

The dog we inherited is a 2 year old male. He's 1/2 Akbash, 1/4 Great Pyrenees, and 1/4 Anatolian. I like the way he handles and carries himself, and he's actually a more appropriate dog for us than the Aussie, but the Aussie is a family pet that has earned her right to stay.

If anyone wants more info, let me know. Feel free to ask questions on this thread and I'll give answers as I can. I've only had him a week so my knowledge is limited.

His name is Gunnar, and he's been well cared-for. He's big. He is, of course, free to a good home. You'll probably have to pass muster with my daughter before she lets you drive away with him... If you're interested, shoot me a PM.

Regards.
 

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I'm just east of Tulsa, in the Catoosa area.
 

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Is he housebroken?
Probably. The previous owners let him in the house. I have no idea how often. I know he had a bed in the floor. I guess I've had him for a week and a half, now, and there've been no incidents. He lets himself in whenever he wants if we don't lock the doors. He can open at least 2 different styles of door hardware.
 
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Probably. The previous owners let him in the house. I have no idea how often. I know he had a bed in the floor. I guess I've had him for a week and a half, now, and there've been no incidents. He lets himself in whenever he wants if we don't lock the doors. He can open at least 2 different styles of door hardware.
Thanks. Handsome and smart, maybe he's my twin!
 

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