Fletcher, despite likely never having been in a house before, is doing very well w/his crate training. He was an intact male when he came into rescue, so he would occasionally mark. His new home will need to treat him like a baby puppy in most aspects of his life- house training included. He does keep his crate clean and is quiet in it. He seems to like knowing his crate is his "place." Since the world is very new and sometimes scary to Fletcher, he is looking for a patient, quiet home that can show him how great life is. He acts somewhat fearful simply due to just not understanding things, but once he understands he lights right up and does great.
Fletcher has been fine with other dogs and people. Due to his high flight risk he absolutely will require a physically fenced yard (6' privacy would be best). He would do best in an adult home, but would likely be okay with kids visiting once he settles in. He would not do well in a busy home, though. Fletcher hasn't batted an eye at our cats or chickens. Fletcher is looking for a home who will be super patient with him. He'll benefit from going to classes and just learning about the world.
Fletcher came into rescue heavily matted and covered in ticks. Due to how scared he is of new situations we've been slowly working on his grooming. Most of his big mats are gone now and he is on flea and tick preventative. At some point he should go to a groomer and get a full groom, but he's not quite ready for that. He is doing much better with baths and brushing though! (he was just bathed/blown out in the pics).