Setter is a very happy pup. He is starting to learn his name and is doing well with house training. He has not yet learned to navigate stairs but dose great on hardwood floors. He has been around small dogs two "Boston Terriers" he did very well with them. Setter was also introduced to a cat and he showed little to no interest. Setter has a smaller Whippet for a brother that he gets along with just fine.
Additional Information: Setter just had a vet visit 11/7/17 and he had a clean bill of health..... Setter also got a spa day with a nail trim and bath.
Setter had been with Joaine and I for over a month now he is adjusting very well. Setter has no problems walking on hardwood floors and he is still working on stairs, he can go up just fine but is a little nervous going down them. Setter is a very sweet boy he had a stay at the Greyhound Resort and Bruce said he got along with all of the other grey's there. He also has a foster brother who is a Whippet and Setter shows no aggression towards him at all. My wife has taken Setter up to Fort Wayne, In. for a visit with her parents, who have two Boston Terriers and a smell cat. They all got along like they had lived together for years. Setter dose not like to be left along and he will follow you from room to room. Be aware Setter is a big couch potato and has taken over ours and made it his own.
Setter is a very handsome and very tall laid back red brindle boy. He is slim right now, but we expect him to fill in and be a larger boy. He is respectful given his large size and doesn’t jump on his foster human.
Setter is working really hard in his new foster home to make sure the sofa doesn’t go anywhere. Any chance he gets, he’s lying on the sofa and holding it down. He will lie there happily for hours.
He is doing great on stairs and hardwood floors. He goes in his crate when he knows it’s expected of him. He sleeps on a dog bed at night. During the day, his preferred place is definitely the sofa next to his foster human.
He has decided he really prefers and needs the companionship of other greyhound buddies. While he is safe with smaller dogs… he just can’t relate to them. He prefers the energy level of greyhounds in the house. He does have some anxiety when he is left so we believe a home where someone is home much of the time would be the best place for him.
He is very cuddly and loving and will make a wonderful companion for the right people.