This is my parent's dog and her name is Lady. When we got her they said she was a border collie/blue heeler cross, but we believe she's either an Idaho shag or a bearded collie cross with a blue heeler. She's around two years old, fixed, and I believe she is current on vaccinations but I'll double check with my parents. My parents have another dog (that they had first before her) and the two of them got into a fight that ended up getting pretty nasty. Since then they have tried to reintroduce each other but no matter the setting or any precautions we take the two cannot be together whatsoever. We are all extremely heart broken but for the safety of the two they need to rehome her. I personally have small dogs and a large one and she has not had issues with mine, but they are very mellow and lazy dogs while my parents other dog is a very anxious animal and needs to control the other animals in the house. We believe the other dog was previously abused which is why she has this behavior and I think Lady just couldn't take her snapping at her anymore and now she can't see her without going into attack/defense mode. She is higher energy. She loves playing fetch and is okay on a leash, but she could use more leash training for sure. She has an annoying whine when she has pent up energy, but playing a game of fetch chills her right out. I would say she is about 98% house broken. My parents have found the occasional accident but I think that's mainly due to her still technically being a puppy and could possibly be the other dog doing it. It's almost always when they're left alone for a while and it's only number one. She can't be with chickens or cats, which is why I can't take her into my house or else I 100% would. Besides these things, she is the absolute sweetest girl. She's SUPER cuddly and I've never had an issue with her and my young kids. She loves her people. She would be perfect for a fairly active family or person that needs a floof ball to complete it. With just a tad bit more training she would be the perfect doggie.