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What better way to wrap up the fall season than with your canine pal and several hundred of their new best friends? Bring your family, friends, and dog (or dogs) to the Rural Hill Sheepdog Trials and Dog Festival November 8th and 9th for one of the area’s best known dog events, now in its nineteenth year! No other dog festival in the area can offer more fun or variety!
Don’t miss a thing! National Border Collie Sheepherding Championships will be held over the two day event, as will as Carolina Dock Dogs and Dog Sports demonstrations featuring the Greater Charlotte Shetland Sheepdog Club and others! Also on hand will be North Carolina beer and wine, heritage breed livestock, hay rides, historic craft and cooking demos, food vendors, shopping, open trails, antique tractors, living history demonstrations in the 1760’s cabin, pumpkin chunkin’, corn launchin’, kid’s activities, and much more!
When you go, be sure to stop by the CBCR table and say hello!!
She's about 2 years old, slightly underweight at 44 pounds, is spayed, up to date on shots, heartworm negative, parasite free and microchipped. This lovely girl would make a wonderful companion and would probably do best in a relatively calm, quiet home. She would enjoy a friendly dog buddy or two, but would also do well as an 'only'.
She loves dogs, people and doesn't bother the larger animals. Cats, chickens and other smallish critters are her weak area. She is doing much better on the leash, though still pulls a bit. She will make a great companion for someone who has a kitty free home.