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Breed

Lurcher

Colour

Tan

Age

1 year 10 months

Scooby

Can I live with...

Kids?

16+

Dogs?

No

Cats?

No

Meet Scooby! Scooby is looking for a home with experienced sighthound owners. He is a very excitable and bouncy boy with lots of energy! He loves playing with his toys, having zoomies and when he has tired himself out, having cuddles. As he was struggling with kennel life he is currently living with a foster family. Scooby has some anxiety and is therefore on some behaviour modification medication which is helping. He quickly becomes overstimulated and can find changes in the home environment quite stressful. Due to his age Scooby is still learning basic skills and manners which will be a work in progress. When out on his walks he can become very excitable and therefore his future family will need to invest time into his training, advice regarding this will be given upon adoption. He can become reactive when he sees another dog and he will bark and lunge, however, his reactivity is reduced when he is out on a walk with another dog. For this reason he would be suitable to be rehomed with another confident, playful dog who will help teach Scooby good manners and keep up with his high energy levels (dependant on sucessful meets). In classic sighthound fashion Scooby also becomes reactive towards cats. Scooby would benefit from attending training classes as he loves learning new things. Due to his excitability and behavioural quirks Scooby is looking for an adult only home. Overall, Scooby is looking for a loving family who will be around most of the time, are experienced with the breed and willing to invest alot of time into his training.

If you are interested in adopting

Scooby

then please click here to download an application form. Please complete the form and send it to us at reception@rspca-lancseast.org.uk and we will get back to you if we think your home is a good match.

Due to the number of applications we will be receiving around this time, we will only contact those who we believe best match the criteria set out for each dog.

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