Clark has recently arrived with us and is settling in to his foster home. He initially had a foster sister to show him the ropes but she has now left. Clark gets on well with people and other dogs once he knows them. He takes no interest in the local ducks on his walks.
He has travelled happily in the car, on the short journeys that we have done, and walks nicely on the lead. He reacts positively to his name but without a secure area we have not yet tested his recall over any significant distance.
After a few weeks with us we are getting to know Clark and him us. He travels nicely in the car and is reasonably good on Lead walks. He has a tendency to want to play with every dog he sees, and be a Lurcher plays quite roughly. He is totally uninterested in the local duck population and stands to watch them being fed. So far we have been unable to cat test him so do not know if he is cat friendly. Clark is house trained, quiet overnight and has been left alone for up to four hours.
Despite Clark tending towards being a large dog he is extremely gentle around our granddaughter (18 month), he even leaves her cuddly toys alone. He keeps all four paws on the ground when meeting people and loves a fuss. Clark does like his creature comforts but will use the dog bed if the sofa is full. In full flight he is a sight to behold, graceful and fast, we have access to a secure field where we can see this. In all he is quite a “laid back” Lad
Whoever adopts Clark will get a loving and fun addition to their family