Available Working Dogs

These dogs have been tested with goats and sheep and come with a working guarantee. They are currently with livestock full-time.They are not available for placement in isolated pastures away from people.

Good, secure fencing is a requirement. please see the application page for requirements.

Jihan (Adoption Pending)

(Adoption Pending) Jihan is a 3 year old Anatolian female (possibly 1/8 Akbash) that is great with goats and sheep. She has also been around a small amount of fowl as well as a few cattle. She is used to working with a partner so a second working dog is a must. She is a vocal worker and very alert so needs to be in a more rural or tolerant area. She is currently mentoring the working Pound Sterling litter pups and would make Bob a good working partner. She will be ideal for a working family farm.

Bob (Adoption Pending)

(Adoption Pending) Bob is a 4-month-old Anatolian-Akbash-Pyrenees pup that has been working with goats and sheep. He has also been next to a small amount of fowl but has not been tested with them. He is used to working with a partner and is not old enough to be working alone so a second working dog (female), or someone experienced with working dogs is a must. He has had all his shots and will be neutered prior to going home. He comes with a basic health and working guarantee. These pups have been socialized with people so are perfect for the family farm. They are not suitable as “fielded dogs’ ie: working in isolated fields away from humans.

Tuppence

Tuppence is a 4-month-old Anatolian-Akbash-Pyrenees female that has been working with goats and sheep. She has also been next to a small amount of fowl but has not been tested with them. She is used to working with a partner and is not old enough to be working alone so a second working dog (Male), or someone experienced with working dogs is a must. She has had all her shots and will be spayed prior to going home. She comes with a basic health and working guarantee. These pups have been socialized with people so are perfect for the family farm. They are not suitable as “fielded dogs’ ie: working in isolated fields away from humans.

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