Darden Greyhound Adult - Adoption, Rescue
Hello! Im Darden! I love toys and will toss them around in the air and try to catch them. I will chase a ball if you throw it. My crate is my save haven. My foster parents usually cover it will blankets to give me my privacy and security. I love children, probably older than 5yrs, because I sometimes forget how big I am. I spend my time following my foster mom around and even help with the laundry offering moral support. I really love my people and would prefer being the only dog in my forever home. Why would I want to share all that love and attention?! As far as medication, I get two arthritis chewables put in my food at night. The veterinarian says that I have some arthritis starting in my back leg. Im loyal, playful, and sweet. What else could you ask for? If youd like to meet me, contact our adoption coordinators! American Greyhound is a not-for-profit adoption group dedicated to finding homes for retired racing greyhounds. All adoption applications are thoroughly screened prior to approval. We request a $225.00 adoption donation, which helps defray the costs of providing spaying or neutering, bringing vaccinations up to date, having teeth cleaned if necessary, parasite check and treatment as indicated (although we cannot guarantee complete freedom from parasites). We provide a choice of safety collar and matching leash with each adoption, and offer discounted adoption donation requests on senior and special needs dogs.When a hound has been designated as "likely cat/small animal tolerant" it means simply that the dog has passed a cat tolerance test administered at the track and may or may not have lived with a cat or small animal while in foster care. Passing this test is by no means a guarantee of future compatibility or behavior.American Greyhound uses a network of volunteer foster homes where the dogs live in a family environment while they wait to be adopted. This helps each dog acclimate to living in a home where they learn about things like house manners, stairs, windows, other pets, etc. New foster families are always welcome and very much needed.Please visit our web siteat www.americangreyhound.org to learn more about the cute dogs available, when and where they can be seen, and to print out an adoption or fostering application. We have new dogs coming in frequently, so be sure to check back often. And go ahead to visit 1 of our adoption events to learn more about these sweet, gentle, noble creatures. The dogs love the attention and we enjoy talking about them. At some events, we also offer reasonably priced dog related merchandise for sale to help raise revenue for veterinary expenses.
March 28 2018 on American Listed