Clyde – On hold

About Clyde – On hold

Clyde has found himself a great family and will be adopted in the coming days. For that reason, we are no longer accepting applications.

Animal ID No: ARF419
Microchip No: 900 012 001 080 029
Size: Medium/Small
Sex: Male
Breed: Jack Russell/Staffy x
Age: 14 months
Activity Level: High
Category: Available
Fees: $350

Foster Carer:
Kate Sollis

More About Clyde – On hold

Clyde is an absolutely lovely dog, full of energy and extremely clever. He loves spending time with his humans, and will do anything to please them. He is generally well-mannered, but does need quite a lot of basic training. He is learning not to play-bite and jump up on people, but that will still require some attention. He is good at sitting and waiting and is very food-motivated. Clyde will need clear boundaries and consistent rules from day one.

Clyde can be a little rude towards other dogs, which often rubs them up the wrong way. For that reason, we’re ideally seeking a pet-free household. He would be good company for children, but we don’t think he would be suitable with toddlers.

Clyde’s fur-ever home would ideally have a backyard for him to explore, with a family who would continue his training, keep his little brain busy, play outside with him, and spend some quiet time in the house together.

Thank you for considering an ARF dog. Most dogs receive several enquiries, and we aim to match the right dog to the right home so that they can enjoy a happy life together. If your enquiry is successful, rest assured that the foster carer has carefully based their decision on a thorough knowledge and understanding of the dog’s needs.

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