Pan was said to have been born on a farm. We were told he was going to be shot because he wouldn't herd and that is how he came to be in his surrendering home. Pan is a pretty busy guy. He's extremely athletic as well!
Pan has some vision impairment. We believe it's genetic. He can see but the peripheral seems to be impacted on both sides. Pan is also a typical border collie in that he fixates on things that move. This may be amplified with Pan because of his vision problems too. He will react to loud cars that are near him (but seems to ignore them if they are 100' or so away). He will run into glass doors occasionally as well or turn too quick and run into a wall.
Pan has lived with other dogs, but sometimes they scare him. He, like most dogs w/vision issues, does best w/routine and little change. His vision may continue to deteriorate as he ages. Pan is fully house and crate trained. He is scared of kids and would do best in an adult home. Pan is super sweet and friendly with adults. We have not tested Pan w/cats but based on his intense desire to herd our birds (he was herding chickens in the pictures) we feel he would not do well with a cat.
Pan is a fun dog and we'd love to find him a home who can keep him busy and teach him things. Despite his vision issues he could be an excellent running partner and learn obedience and tricks. Pan is a higher energy dude but he plays hard and sleeps hard- if he gets the exercise he needs he has a great off switch. Pan has respected the 4' fence in foster care- he absolutely needs a physically fenced yard and would do best w/a privacy style fence.