Dingo would most like to be an only dog, and although he is happy around other similar natured calmer, older lurcher types, he prefers to be an only dog with his own family.
Dingo has been returned to us as when woken up and startled and uncomfortable, he has had one low level bite incident. We can obviously give more details to interested parties, but we do not have any concerns about his behaviour in foster, although we will now restrict his homing to adult only homes just for his protection.
Dingo is a typical lurcher and does have an extra interest in small furry things, so will need offlead time in his own garden and/or in secure dog parks. Dingo is muzzled when out of the home, to ensure his safety as well as small furry things safety, which lurcher and greyhound lovers will know is common place. He has no issue with this and is very settled and relaxed and easy to walk out with children, adults and other dogs, and although he may react to small fluffy dogs and cats he is very easy to refocus.
Dingo is clean and housetrained, is crate trained, and is calm and happy to be left for a few hours at a time.
Dingo is such a beautiful lad who really deserves his family now, and to be able to settle and know that he won’t have to do this all again. If you have a Dingo shaped space on your sofa, please fill out a form here.