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Art

Born: Apr/2007
Color: Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
My name is Art. I’m a social guy that barks a quick greeting when meeting new people. As it’s the holiday season, I thought I might try my paw as a greeter at a local store. Knowing that competition is stiff, with Liz’s help, I swiftly completed the application and Liz delivered it the same day to the store. This morning I received a phone call from the manager. I barked a response to each question but the manager didn’t speak dog.  Can you imagine? Don’t they teach these MBA grads anything? The manager told Liz they could not hire me because I had four legs and a fur coat. I’m filing an appeal and requesting arbitration. But Liz told me I’d make a much better greeter in a home with a family that loves me and showers me with toys. Mm that sounds good, but will they speak dog?

Link

Born: Feb/2008
Color: Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
I’m Link, a honey brindle male, medium size, new to the kennel, and looking for a home. The holidays are just around the corner, up the street, and across the wash, so if you’re thinking of adopting a fur kid, this is the perfect time for me to move in. The bio lady came to check me out recently and I made sure to give her kisses and a quick nuzzle to let her know that I’m an affectionate hound that is comfortable around people. I’d hoped to buy a laptop so that you could link to my face book page and we could chat, but I didn’t have enough doggie biscuits in my piggy bank. Sigh! But I know there’s someone out there that will link up with me and take me home. Close, personal contact is so much better than ROOing on line, don’t you think?

Kami

Born: Feb/2006
Color: Fawn
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
I side stepped moving into the kennel as two lovely ladies agreed to foster me on the east side of town. My name is Kami. I’m a small red fawn greyhound – 58 lbs. – and gorgeous. Check out my picture and I’m sure you’ll agree. I’ve only been here for just over a day, but so far I’m doing well. I’m house broken, don’t counter surf, and I’ve not tried to get on the furniture. I have a kitty roommate and we’re getting along great. I really enjoy being around people and roaming through my new digs exploring all the nooks and crannies. I have my own bed, pillows and toys and my foster moms give me loads of cuddles. I wish all retired racing greyhounds were so lucky. I hear I’m in for a treat soon: Starbuck’s whipped cream, YUM!

Holly

Born: Jun/2008
Color: White/Black
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
My name is Holly. I’m a beautiful black and white greyhound, fresh from the track, and living at the transitional kennel. My oh my, there are so many things to learn in my new world. I’ve nailed the raised doggie bed at the kennel but when my paws hit tile or linoleum at the vet’s office, I was scared ‘cos I didn’t feel secure and thought I might fall and hurt myself. I emailed some of my buddies who are in foster care and living with tile, and they tell me that, over time, I will adjust and be able to navigate this stuff. So I need a foster or adopter who has carpet, or, who has the patience to work with me to overcome my fears by having lots of sturdy throw rugs so that I feel safe. I’m a great dog that just needs a little help.

Denver

Born: Apr/2008
Color: Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Kennel
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
Foster Update: Denver is a quick study. After only five days with his foster moms, he’s already in tune with their routine. This dog has a beautiful expressive face and a sweet and unflappable personality. One of his foster moms tucks Denver in at night, sings him a lullaby and kisses him on the head; naturally, the boy sleeps through the night until it’s time for breakfast. Like most rescued racers, Denver is a food hog although learning that food is plentiful so there’s no need to grab his foster moms’ dinner! The command ‘down’ is being enforced!  Denver loves to meet people on his walks but has a prey urge when he spots a fleeing rabbit. His fosters are cautious when Denver encounters small dogs. However, he is living amicably with an inside cat, Barney, who suffers the long, cold nose exploratory sniff from his canine roommate.

What

Born: Jan/2002
Color: White with black
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: What gets along famously with her two greyhound roommates. Her foster mom reports that What is the most affectionate dog she has ever fostered. What will growl occasionally at the  pack if she is approached on her right side, which has limited vision, but never growls at people. She is a door greeter but doesn’t jump on visitors. What can be left alone without anxiety with the other greyhounds during her foster mom’s absence. She is not destructive, not crated, and is housetrained using a doggie door. What is not cat friendly. Firecrackers and gunshots will cause extreme shivering, but allowing What to snuggle with her foster mom will calm her down. What rides well in the car, hardly barks, but needs training to walk on the leash without pulling or meandering. Grooming is slow and accomplished after lots of petting. What has pannus and receives drops twice a day without resistance.

Shea

Born: Apr/2008
Color: Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Kennel
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
Black, gorgeous and male, that’s me. I’m Shea. I have a white blaze on my chest that shoots off to the right, so I suspect my designer was chatting on the cell phone and lost control of the brush! Although the mornings are chilly, we have heating at the kennel and I have a raised doggie bed covered with a cozy blanket to keep me snug. So I’m one lucky greyhound. Two of my buddies just went into foster care and emailed me that they are sleeping on circular plump doggie beds, getting daily walks, plenty of toys and good premium chow. That’s what I’m looking for; someone who loves me enough to spoil me. I can’t wait to roach on my own bed close to you and I promise, no snoring. I’m nibble on my feet, so I would enjoy snuggling with you watching Dancing with the Stars.

Cody

Born: May/2006
Color: Red
Gender: Male
Housing: Kennel
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
I’m Cody. I’m a red fawn male with a white tip at the end of my tail. Adopted greyhound Anabel, who lives with Beamer, also has this marking, and her Mom affectionately calls her ‘Flashlight.’ But, unlike me, Anabel doesn’t have a gorgeous dusting of white over her face. I’m wondering if my designer was a make-up artist in a previous life and got carried away with the powder puff. But I like my white face; it’s very distinctive. I’m a fast eater so putting a small tennis ball in my food dish will slow me down and avoid any digestive problems. I’m recently rescued from the track and gradually adjusting to my new found freedom, so sometimes I get a little nervous. But a quiet voice and gentle handling settles me down quickly. Once I feel loved and secure in your home, I will be one awesome treasured companion.

Christy

Born: Oct/2006
Color: White/Red Spots
Gender: Female
Housing: Kennel
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!

Cedar

Born: Jul/2007
Color: Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
My name is Cedar. I’m Marvin’s brother. We’re very similar in appearance; both handsome golden brindles, and share the same affectionate temperament - we both give people sloppy kisses. While it’s great to be reunited with my brother, I’m focused on my future life as top dog in someone’s home. I hope I get to go into foster soon so that I can begin my lessons on home etiquette. Greyhounds shed very little and like to be clean, so we keep up on our grooming, much like a cat, I’m told, although a day at a doggie spa would be fabulous. We don’t bark much and are inside dogs because we’re temperature sensitive. A good walk in the cool mornings, or running with other dogs at a safe doggie park, keeps us in good shape. I’m available and waiting for you to take me home and spoil me rotten.

Carter

Born: Aug/2006
Color: Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Carter is living harmoniously with a Jack Russell and an Akita and enjoys being part of a pack. Carter lets his foster Mom know when he needs to go outside, so he’s housebroken without a doggie door. He is not crated because he is well behaved in the home. Carter thrives on human contact and craves love and affection, rewarding the giver with greyhound chattering happiness. His foster mom says he’s a great dog with the patience of Job. Carter is good with kids when his foster mom baby-sits children ranging from 6-12 years of age. When it’s time to wield the vacuum, Carter just moves out of the way. Carter is healthy, walks well on the leash, enjoys being groomed, knows his name, and comes when called. His foster mom says that Carter will melt the heart of anyone who is lucky enough to adopt this wonderful dog.

Tarzana

Born: Apr/2005
Color: Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Kennel
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
I’m a small brindle gal called Tarzana. I suspect that my adopter could shorten my name to Zana and only use Tarzana to grab my attention when I’m about to go into unchartered waters, like the pool - YIKES!  When you take your daily walk, I will make a great accessory, but you can’t put me in your handbag like they do in Beverly Hills. How   those dish mop critters handle such confinement, I’ll never understand.  Don’t be surprised when you and I stroll along together if heads turn and compliments flow – in my direction of course - ‘cos I’m very cute. My designer got a little creative and gave me white eyebrows – most striking and very kissable. I sure love kisses, so if you’re an affectionate person we’ll get along famously. Greyhounds shed very little so if I’m allowed on the couch, I won’t leave much of a fur deposit.

JJ & Lindsey

Born: Apr/2007
Color: Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
Let me introduce you to JJ on the left and his sister Lindsey. They have never been apart since they were puppies. They raced at the same tracks, and both sustained racing injuries. They were placed into rehabilitation care together for a couple of months and got along famously with all the other dogs at the ranch. They are now healed, healthy, and ready for adoption. JJ and Lindsey have a deep attachment to each other so they need to find a home together as they will not do well if separated. This is JJ. I don’t think I would be a happy greyhound if Lindsey and I didn’t live together. We’re great playmates and love each other dearly, right Lindsey?  Lindsey, say something. "Oh sorry, I thought I spotted a rabbit charging by. I’m Lindsey, and I ditto everything my brother said. Hey there it goes, let’s chase."

Zapper

Born: May/2007
Color: Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Zapper is zipping along beautifully and enjoys following his foster guardians from room to room. The family kitten, however, not so much, as he’s snapped at it several times when kitty came too close. Well mannered and friendly with strangers, Zapper is learning how to ride in the car and enjoys the doggie park. When left alone, Zapper will whine a little but is not destructive so he is not crated. He barks very little except when foster mom swims laps and the splashing scares him but, loud noises in general, he ignores. Zapper is housetrained with no doggie door and is a gentleman on the leash. He knows the commands: Come, Lie Down and Shake hands, and comes when he’s called. Zapper is a healthy, delightful fur companion who loves squeaky toys, plays well with other dogs, handles grooming well, and enjoys greeting the neighborhood kids.

Lacey

Born: Jun/2008
Color: Black
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
I’m a no-tail, non nonsense black female called Lacey. I’m very cute and outgoing and like being with other dogs. When tails were distributed to puppies, they missed me; I guess I was surfing the web at the time looking for a good deal on my favorite biscuits. I’ve just been introduced to cats. Sorry, but I’m not cat friendly; they just don’t smell like us dogs. I’m in the job market for a gig as a family fur companion. It would be great to have another dog as a play buddy. Sure, I enjoy my fifteen minute morning dash around the exercise yard, but I would be content to take daily leisurely walks with someone special. You could scratch my ears as we walk and tell me how glad you are that you adopted a retired racing greyhound. To know me is to adore me.

Queeny

Born: Feb/2007
Color: Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: With Work
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Foster mom says Queeny is sweet, outgoing and large dog friendly. Initial cat testing showed Queeny may be cat tolerant, but observations at local pet stores during tabling show she may not be small dog tolerant. At home, Queeny is the perfect lady. She’s doggie door house broken, not destructive in the home, is not crated, and can left alone for a while with her greyhound buddies without getting anxious. Queeny does not like thunder and will hide in the closet during a storm. She’s excellent in the car, barks very little, and is good on the leash once the walk is underway. Queeny knows and will respond to her name and the commands ‘No’ and ‘Down.’ Her favorite pastimes are squeaky toys and stealing mom’s laundry from the closet. Queeny would do best in a home with other large dogs and someone who is home most of the time.

Dale

Born: May/2008
Color: White/Red Spots
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
I’m a cool dude that’s white with red markings. My name is Dale. I enjoy frolicking with people and toys, and I’m easy going. Know nothing about living in a home – don’t even know what a home is – but I’m told someone will adopt me and teach me the ropes, unless I first go into foster boot camp. Actually, adopting a greyhound that’s in foster is the best way to go. Fosters teach us to do our business outside, what not to chew, and insist on no counter surfing: you know, snagging goodies off the kitchen counter, or stealing your T.V. remote, thinking that’s it’s a Nylabone. I have no experience with aliens like cats or small dogs, but I hear that I’m on the list to be tested real soon. I love affection and know that I will make an excellent addition to your family when given the opportunity.

Sunshine

Born: Sep/2002
Color: Red
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: No
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: A former brood Mom, Sunshine is finally getting some personal TLC from her foster guardians and loving every minute. She does not steal food or climb on furniture. Sunshine mostly sleeps, but has spurts of playful energy when she pounces on her toys. She has a very strong prey drive so she is not compatible with small dogs or cats. Sunshine loves people and is now becoming eager to meet other dogs at the doggie park. She has recently become acquainted with young kids in her neighborhood and during tabling and was very docile with them. Initially, Sunshine was a little anxious when left alone, but she has since become more comfortable and her fosters leave a Kong toy to keep her occupied. Sunshine is house trained with no doggie door, rarely barks, and hops right up whenever she hears the leash jiggle. She knows the commands: Heel and Wait.

Maya

Born: Jan/2009
Color: Black
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Maya is a sensitive, young and extremely shy greyhound around people, especially men. She likes to play with her toys and run with her two greyhound roommates in the yard. Maya’s not sure what to make of the resident cat and usually avoids it. Maya has an open crate in her foster home where she can retreat if loud noises disturb her and she needs to feel safe. She also occasionally sleeps in the crate at night. Maya is house trained using a doggie door, is well behaved in the home and can be left alone and crated for two hours without getting anxious. She has a good appetite and no foods seem to bother her. Maya enjoys her walks but when a car whizzes by, she will sometimes pull on the leash. Maya is slowly learning to trust her fosters, enjoys being groomed and is starting to seek affection.

China

Born: Jun/2008
Color: Black
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: China is a sensitive, affectionate pooch that needs to be around people. She is very social and greets adults and kids on her daily walks with much enthusiasm. China does not appear to have a high prey drive as she does not lunge after rabbits or quail on her walks, or become aggressive when she meets smaller dogs. She is house trained without a doggie door and is well behaved in the home so crating is unnecessary. China currently lives with a cat without any problem. She loves to nest with her squeaky toys and has recently found her foster mom’s couch. Negotiations are under way to convince China that a doggie bed is better for her. Good luck with that!  China enjoys being groomed and has recently been introduced to the tooth brush which she tolerates. Loud voices bother her, so this sensitive beauty needs a laid back adopter.

Marvin

Born: Jul/2007
Color: Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Kennel
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
If you like handsome ‘big boys’ I’m right up your alley. My name is Marvin. I’m a golden brindle with a calm disposition. I get along well with people and other dogs, but I’m a no for cats – we just don’t get along. I sure love romping with toys and will retrieve as many times as you can toss. I know I would enjoy going to a safe doggie park to chase around with other dogs, but a long daily walk with you would also be great. I’m learning to enjoy being cuddled and kissed and would like this to continue when you take me home. I can’t wait to sink into a plush doggie bed that’s all mine, preferably where you sleep, ‘cos I’ll be the family companion. Squishy, floppy toys would be appreciated to keep me occupied when you’re busy doing ‘people stuff.’

Josh

Born: May/2007
Color: Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Josh is a happy go lucky active dog that fears nothing. He is living in foster with two other greyhounds. Josh has never soiled or marked the home and has adjusted nicely to being left alone for a while with the other dogs without getting anxious. Josh loves kids and would do well with older children, but he’s a little too active to live with toddlers. While he played ‘nice’ with the daughter’s medium-size beagle mix, he is not compatible with cats or small dogs. Josh is healthy with no food issues. He loves to walk, is good on the leash and rides well in the car. His favorite pastime is playing, either with toys or one of his greyhound roommates. Josh knows his name and the commands: go to bed, No, outside, and come. He would thrive with a family that’s home a lot and have other large dogs.

Sammie

Born: May/2004
Color: Fawn
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
Sammie is a beautiful fawn with a black mask. He is 6 years old. Sammie is a very shy, sensitive boy and is easily startled. You must never raise your voice at him. He must go to a quiet and gentle home. When he is stress, he withdrawals, has GI upset and reverts to his pre-adoptive kennel behavior. Sammie would do best with another greyhound in the house. He is currently enjoying his two foster greyhound sisters. He enjoys rice, chicken and green beans. He loves his large stuffed animals and is not much of a chewer. He enjoys hide and seek with you. He sleeps on the bed, but will not get up on the sofa or chairs. He knows the commands "go lay down" and "go potty." He is learning the use of a doggie door. His ears perk up when he sees rabbits or lizards on his walk. He pulls slightly on the leash.

Rachel

Born: Apr/2008
Color: White/Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
You will never meet an ugly greyhound. It’s just not possible. Greyhounds are elegant and unique and some have distinctive markings. Roll the drums – here I am. I’m Rachel, a white female with brindle markings. Even one of my eyes is brindle, so you can’t mistake me for any other hound when we romp at the doggie park. I’m an easy-going gal that enjoys affection. I’m learning to play with toys – WOW – what a blast. I never imagined how great life would be after racing, but I’m getting into the swing. I’m an affable gal that went through cat testing with no problem. Sure, they smell different to greyhounds, but if they don’t bother me, I don’t intend to mess with them. Perhaps we could play hide and seek around your couch – ya think? I just need a home with people who will love and take good care of me.

Natalie

Born: Mar/2006
Color: Black
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: No
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Natalie is small but has a BIG personality! She is full of enthusiasm & curiosity about everything, and she is very affectionate – quick with a kiss or a snuggle. She’ll follow you and keep you company; no matter what chore you’re doing, she just likes to be close. She loves to fetch and plays well with other dogs. She responds well to training, learning quickly and with gusto! She would do really well with an active, athletic family that will play with her daily, and she would be great with kids 6 years & older. She will blossom under calm assertive leadership in which boundaries are gently but firmly set, but still with freedom to express her joyful spirit. If you need a greyhound that will make you laugh and then lay in your lap, she’s the one for you!

Lyla

Born: Dec/2007
Color: Black
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Lyla is extremely shy and a little fearful of men, but is gradually emerging from her shell through her foster mom’s patience and love. Lyla lives with other dogs and cats and gets along well with all them. She’s housebroken using a doggie door, eats well, and is in good health. Lyla does not need to be crated as she’s very well behaved in the home. On daily walks, the foster mom uses a harness rather than a leash. Lyla loves being touched and cuddled so grooming is a breeze, as long as the ears are cleaned gently. Lyla knows her name and will come slowly when called. Lyla loves being outside and plays bow and bark so her foster mom will roll her a ball. Raised hands will scare Lyla, so the ball is never thrown. Lyla needs a quiet home with gentle people and low activity.

Corky

Born: Jan/2007
Color: Fawn
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: No
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Corky is a confident, friendly dog that enjoys her morning playtime. She loves people and kids and possibly prefers men. Corky likes to relax outside on the patio and watch the world go by. While Corky has lived harmoniously with a cat, she cannot be with small dogs. When she gets excited, she becomes dominant and could injure a small dog. However, she gets along well at the doggie park with the larger dogs. Except for the vacuum, Corky is usually unfazed by loud noises. She can be left alone for a while without becoming anxious. Corky is well behaved in the home, is not crated, and does not beg for food or counter-surf. She is mostly housetrained without a doggie door. She will bark if the doorbell rings or at wild life roaming around the desert on the other side of the fence. Car rides with her head out the window, and long walks are favorite pastimes, but tossing and hoarding toys is her number one passion.

Dibby

Born: Aug/2006
Color: Fawn
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Dibby, recently placed in foster care, is thriving in a home environment. She still has some puppy energy but is being trained not to jump and learn what’s hers to chew and what’s off limits. Dibby is housetrained but sometimes has accidents if her foster is away from the home for more than 7 hours. Dibby sleeps next to her foster’s bed and enjoys being held on her foster’s lap. She will growl while chewing on a bone if she thinks someone is going to steal it. Dibby does not need crating as she is not destructive in the home and doesn’t mind being left alone with her doggie room mate. She barks moderately, usually at loud noises, but does not show fear. Dibby enjoys riding in the car, walks well on the leash, and is healthy. Dibby knows her name, and is an absolute lover who enjoys tummy rubs.

Andy

Born: Mar/2006
Color: Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Kennel
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
Greetings World. My name is Andy. I’m a handsome large brindle male that’s looking to join a soccer team. No other greyhound is as nimble as I when it comes to scooting, retrieving and tossing that Kong around the play area. Watch out Mr. Beckham, I’m on your tail and, with the right contacts, I could replace you. Well, a greyhound can dream, right? Playing with Kongs and toys is now an obsession when I’m let out into the play area at the kennel. I don’t need a partner; I’m very happy playing all by myself, so I’m a low maintenance hound in the entertainment department. But I do need to partner up with a special someone that loves me to pieces and will take me on long daily walks in the cool of the day. After all, a budding soccer star needs all the exercise he can get, right?

Vika

Born: Mar/2008
Color: Black
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Vika [pronounced Veeka] is one happy, healthy greyhound that is smart, inquisitive and playful. She’s an affectionate dog that loves people, other large dogs and kids, but has a strong prey drive so she is not compatible with cats or small dogs. Vika is well behaved in the home and has quickly learned what’s ‘off limits.’ She is not bothered by loud or unusual noises and barks only occasionally – always for a reason - she is a good watch dog. She enjoys car rides, is doggie door housetrained, and walks well on the leash. Although there’s no need to crate Vika, she retreats to her crate at night to sleep, and the door is always left open. Vika knows her name and the command ‘stay.’ She’s a ‘girly girl’ pooch that loves to be groomed. Vika will do best in an active household where she is included in family events.

 

 

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