Clancy is adorable. Probably a Deerhound/Staffy.
When Clancy (a local stray) arrived at KGR he was hungry and tired, and just not very well at all, with a terribly infected tail. His tail has been amputated and now after dinners, warm sleepies and cuddles Clancy is feeling much better. He’s going to be a stunning dog when he has put on some weight. His ragged coat and lots of his personality suggests he has deerhound in his cross: emotionally sensitive, friendly with strangers, loves to look after his own coat and nails and is so very docile. He behaves beautifully with other dogs and is much more interested in the human. He is so very cuddly too, but that could be his staffy or greyhound side as well!
Clancy is toilet trained and polite with food. In his foster home he lives with 4 other male dogs, and is left while his foster family are at work (with a lunchtime break and a good walk in the morning). If he is an only dog left during the day, his new owners will need give extra exercise in the first few weeks to help him learn to settle alone.
Clancy loves his walks and is very confident with everything and everyone he has met. He can get excited if he sees a squirrel or a rabbit so his new owner needs to be fairly strong and steady on their feet.Clancy can live with calm children over 12 yrs, but not cats or other small furries.
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