Luke is a runner so a physical fence is a must. Great care will need to be taken while getting in and out of the car (he LOVES car rides) and going in and out of doors or gates where he may get free.
This handsome guy has a soft mouth, loves his toys, free roams, is potty trained, and is gentle with visitors and children he has been exposed to (ages 9+). The only inappropriate item he likes is Kleenex so care is needed to keep them out of reach. All of the garbage cans are tucked away in his foster home. We would not doubt he would dig in garbage if it is left out—that's what street dogs do!
He sleeps peacefully all night either on the couch or the floor in the bedroom. Luke takes his treats gently and is treat motivated. He needs a little work on the leash but is manageable. Overall Luke is very calm and will peacefully lounge around. He is a very good boy and he does know "sit" and "shake" in English.
Luke will require that his new family is dedicated to long walks daily. He was home alone for three full work days and was very restless the third night. We could definitely tell that he needed more exercise to tire him out as he and his Buddy just slept all day.
The people who saved Luke have informed us that he loves to swim. His foster in Turkey could not keep him out of her pool! On Luke's wish list is someone with a lake, whether that be a lake very nearby, a summer lake home, or ideally a permanent home at a lake.