Quackers is in kennels near Fleet, Hampshire, he arrived with us on the 24th July 2019 and he was born on 15th November 2016.
He is currently unavailable for adoption whilst we work with him on his social skills around other breeds of dog.
Quackers is a friendly white and black boy once he has got to know you, initially being a little shy.
He loves to play with toys, his favourite being footballs, soft toys and noisy ones. He has some manner work to learn, especially with squeaky toys as he is not very good at sharing them with his human friends, we will work with him on this over the coming weeks.
Quackers enjoys his walks and is keen to get on the move, he can get very excited around leading up time and initially on walks but once he is out he can walk nicely on the lead, however Quackers has a very strong chase instinct and will need a sight hound savy owner, who is prepared to put the work in to train this boy. He enjoys his trips out in the car and will happily jump in by himself.
He has met other breeds of dog and he currently needs a lot more training and socialisation before he will accept any other breed of dog as friends. He is going to need an owner who is willing to take on this responsibility. Greyhound Lifeline will support his new owners with effective strategies to use when training him around other breeds.
Quackers would be best suited to an adult only home as an only dog, where his new owners can commit time to his training around other breeds of dog, toys and manner work.
He is a boy who loves his food, he thinks if he eats it fast he gets another helping! What a cheeky boy he is!
We will update his page soon with his progress around other breeds of dog.