Mack is an absolute sweetheart who loves everybody. He is a 4-5 year old Greyhound cross we think, he is great with other dogs, currently sharing his foster home with four others of various ages and both boys and girls. Mack is super clean in the house and quiet at night and when left for periods of time. He is happy to be left to sleep on the sofa or snuggled on his duvet in his crate. Mack didn’t have the best start to his early years having been dumped at approximately a year old and left to fend for himself for some weeks.

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He was found running in an industrial estate and as a result is very worried about loud noises. His previous owner has reluctantly decided to re-home Mack after some years as there is constant demolition and building work going on in the area around his home and the continuous noise is very distressing for him.

This work will be continuing over the next few years. Mack has settled well into his foster home and, although worried, has coped well with loud noise when he has had company. We feel Mack would blossom in a home where he has someone at home much of the time, ideally with a confident dog as a companion. Mack has been in his new foster home for several weeks and here is their update on him

Mack has to be the easiest foster dog we have ever had. He is fine to be left, is not destructive or noisy. He is a dream to walk on the lead and loves a cuddle. We recently had some work done to our roof and there was a fair bit of banging but as Mack’s foster dad was in bed at the time, Mack didn’t worry whatsoever!

Mack loves a cuddle and likes company but he does not crave it. He will happily sleep in the lounge on his own or come upstairs and sleep in a dog bed in the bedroom. Mack will be able to live with sensible children over 7 as he has settled well with the foster children that he lives with.

Evesham Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue
Evesham Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue

For further details regarding dogs available for adoption from Evesham Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue, please contact pip on 01386 853 971 or Linda on 0121 258 4510, alternatively email mail@lurcher.org.uk.

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