He will be a big boy when fully grown – he is already 26 inches to the shoulder!
Robbin is a very laid back puppy and gets along well with the other dogs in the foster home.
He is very gentle for a youngster and does not chew fingers or bite at hands and doesn’t jump much.
Robin came back into our care as he didnt like being left alone – he has been very happy left in the company of other dogs in his foster home for up to 4 hours. We would recommend he is homed with an older dog for company.
Robbin will try and steal food off counters if allowed.
He is a typical lurcher pup in play – he may be too boisterous for some small dogs but he is learning from the other dogs in the foster home.
Robin has been in a home and in foster with children of a variety of ages. He is still a pup however and can be bouncy and jump so children need to be robust and dog savvy.
He may bark a little at strangers and strange dogs out and about but soon gets over this once he meets them properly and greets other dogs nicely when they come up.
He hasn’t shown any interest in the foster carers resident chickens.
As with any puppy he will chew things if left too long or gets bored.
His housetraining is coming along – he may still have the odd accident but will ask to go out.