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Ashly

Born: Oct/2006
Color: Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Ashley is one amazing dog. Not the least shy, she lets everyone pet her, including toddlers. Ashley has a sweet personality and gets along well with two cats and a nine pound dog in her foster home. No problems being left alone for a while, no fear of cars or the vacuum cleaner and rarely barks. Ashley is housetrained, never crated, not destructive and doesn’t jump on furniture. No health problems or digestive issues with particular foods. Ashley enjoys a casual walk and is good on the leash. She knows her name, comes when called, loves car rides and the doggie park but will bark at males who try to get too familiar. Ashley prefers to sleep with her toys and in a space in the bedroom where she can see her caretakers. She would do best in a home with a yard and a doggie companion.

Sultan

Born: May/2008
Color: Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: No
Status: ADOPTED!
I’m Sultan - a handsome dark brindle boy with a sweet disposition. I was listening to ROO rap on my iPod when suddenly my ‘condo’ door swung open and the volunteer told me it was time for exercise. WOO HOO, I was all over that. Did a few sprints around the meet and greet and then I was ready for breakfast and a stuffed Kong. To my amazement, when I returned to my ‘condo’ all the rugs had been changed, the ‘condo’ was clean and I had a biscuit waiting for me. Now this is the life fit for a Sultan. However, the greypvine tells me that loving people will take me into their home where there will be no bars and I will become part of a family. My own doggie bed, toys, long walks and lots of affection. Awesome. My iPod is packed - come get me!

Seth

Born: Aug/2006
Color: Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Kennel
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
My name is Seth. Weighing in at 8l lbs, I’m a loveable goof ball that’s easy to handle, loves people, gets along well with other greyhounds, but I’m not fond of cats. Why they don’t do their business outside like us greys is beyond me. I’m well behaved and I was my trainer’s favorite pooch. Now that I’m retired, it’s time to find a permanent doggie bed and become your favorite pooch. I’m a handsome brindle fella and you’ll be proud to walk me through the neighborhood ‘cos heads will definitely turn – in my direction. I know that I should not get up on furniture and drinking from the toilet is a huge No No. But if you have a luxurious couch that constantly calls my name, it’s gonna be tough. How ‘bout this – you find me a couch with my name on it – now I really like that idea.

Iron

Born: Sep/2007
Color: Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: No
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Iron is a charmer. Always happy and affectionate, he greets his foster mom at the door. Iron is practically house broken and is not destructive in the home when left alone for a few hours. He has mastered the joys of playing with toys and sometimes, when mom returns home, she finds a toy on the couch. Mm, wonder how that got there? When doggie sat by his foster aunt and three other dogs, no growling from Iron when it’s time for chow. He walks well on the leash but is always on the lookout for desert critters he’d like to chase. He gets along with other dogs at the doggie park and, with supervision, is cat tolerant. Iron attended Career Day at a local elementary school and was a huge hit with the kids. He would do well in a home with kids and another dog for furry companionship.

Farley

Born: Feb/2006
Color: White/Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Farley is a sweet, gentle dog that is compatible with cats and small dogs. When first walking with non-greyhound canines, he would try to avoid them, but now accepts them as walking buddies.  Farley is house broken without access to a doggie door and is not destructive in the home, so crating is unnecessary.  He’s learned to play with toys and enjoys Frosty Paws doggie ice cream and chomping on bully sticks for dental health.  Farley is always happy to see kids on his daily walks and would do well with a family with children. He walks well on the leash and does not appear to have a prey drive, although a large hopping Jack Rabbit will get his attention and make his ears perk up. His appetite is good and no food issues have been noted. Farley is affectionate but not needy, and enjoys hanging out with his people.

Ginger

Born: Dec/2003
Color: Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: No
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Ginger is charming, independent and affectionate, but not needy. This is a happy tail wagger that gives kisses. She’s experienced in home living and is thoroughly house trained in all respects. Initially shy with new people, Ginger warms up when she gets to know them. No fear of vacuums, cars or loud noises and she barks very little. Ginger enjoys car rides and daily walks, but zig zags, so she’s walked using a harness. She can be left alone for a few hours without becoming anxious. Ginger responds to her name and obeys the commands: ‘lay down,’ ‘out,’ ‘no,’ ‘wait’ and ‘stop.’ Ginger is in good physical health, no foods seem to bother her, and she tolerates grooming without fuss. She would do well as an only dog or with another calm dog.

Reyne FKA Dixie

Born: Jul/2003
Color: White/Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
Reyne is a white, medium-size female with brindle patches that’s easy on the eye and easy to live with. Reyne is currently in foster care and available for adoption only because of a change in her owner’s circumstances. She is utterly gentle and a great love bug: very affectionate, house trained, and well behaved in the home. She does not try to get up on furniture or beds and is not destructive when left alone for a while so crating is unnecessary. She responds to a gentle "Hey" if any correction is needed, which is rare. Reyne barks very little, walks well on the leash and doesn’t get frazzled by the vacuum – she just walks away. Reyne has no experience with tiny dogs and/or cats. She will seek affection from her human buddy and loves tummy rubs. She has been living in an upstairs apartment and is comfortable with stairs.

Zeke

Born: Jun/2007
Color: Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Zeke is a happy, active guy that is relishing freedom in foster care. Definitely not shy, he gets excited when meeting new people, adults and kids alike. He is adjusting to riding in the car, walks well on the leash, and doesn’t appear to be scared of loud noises including the vacuum. When Zeke barks, it’s usually for a reason. He is house trained and will whine when he wants to go outside. Zeke has been left alone with two foster brothers and was well behaved so he is not crated. Zeke prefers to graze rather than inhale his food. No food issues or health problems have been noted other than ‘happy tail’ which is under control. Zeke loves handling and grooming, including ear inspection and cleaning. Zeke is a cuddle-bug that gives doggie kisses and totally cockroaches when it’s time for belly rubs. Chasing squeaky toys is his passion.

Mojo

Born: Sep/2006
Color: Brindle Greyhound
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
Mojo has rebounded to AGR through no fault of his own. He has been in a loving home for 4 years with Teddy, a male Brindle that is also coming back to AGR. Mojo is a bit shy and responds to positive reinforcement. He enjoys sleeping on a soft bed, long walks, and eating. He uses a doggie door and has been around a small child. Mojo is available and looking for a forever home with you!

Megan

Born: Jan/2007
Color: Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: No
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Answering to Maggie, [Megan] comes when called, loves attention and praise and likes to be first at petting time. When confronted with something new, Maggie needs encouragement to boost her confidence. She loves people & kids, but is learning not to jump with her excitement.  Maggie is not small dog/animal compatible. She is cautious about loud noises but does not run away. Maggie has embraced car rides, barks moderately, and is house trained using a doggie door. She is not crated. While walking zig zag style, she does not pull on the leash. Alert at the sight of rabbits, a firm yank on the leash and the command ‘leave it’ brings her into line. Maggie is open to grooming but cleaning the ears needs work. She would do best in a home where people are around frequently or she has another dog for companionship.

Libby

Born: Jul/2006
Color: Red Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
My name is Libby. I’m a small, pretty light brindle female that is happy to be rescued from a world that doesn’t appreciate my gentle, sweet nature. I read Zeke’s blog so I know that it’s only a matter of time before some fantastic person recognizes they can’t live without me. Until then, I’m pretty content at the Greyt Hacienda ‘cos they take very good care of me, and I’m surrounded by other greys so I don’t get lonely. I would like to live with a family that has another dog. A greyhound would be great, but I’m not a snob, so any pooch that is friendly and welcomes me into the fold is fine with me. I’m learning to like affection and physical contact that is loving and warm. So if you have room in your heart for another fur kid, please make an appointment and come visit me.

Evan

Born: Jan/2007
Color: White/Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Evan has blossomed into a wonderful mellow pooch in foster care. He’s a friendly dog that loves people and is good with kids, including the neighbor’s kids [8 and 11]. Evan plays well at the doggie park and gets along with small dogs. His foster guardians have a cat and Evan has proven to be cat tolerant. Evan is not shy and vacuuming does not phase this boy. He loves his walks, is good on the leash, and is learning the joy of car rides. Evan enjoys being groomed and knows his name. He also responds to commands: ‘Come’ and ‘Lie Down.’ Evan is house trained and does not become anxious when left alone for a few hours. Evan is not crated because he is not destructive and has never pooped in the house. This handsome boy has learned the rules of home living and is ready for a permanent home.

Carmen

Born: Feb/2005
Color: Red Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Carmen is a sweet girl that loves attention. She is very affectionate to children and extremely easy to walk on the leash. Grooming is no problem, but some resistance is evident when it comes to cleaning the ears. So far, Carmen knows the commands: ‘Come’ and ‘No.’ She is still learning to respond to her name. While there have been no issues with Carmen when she tabled at Bookman’s, she can be a little skittish initially when meeting new people. Carmen is house trained using a doggie door, has no fear of cars, vacuums, or other loud noises, and is not crated as she is not destructive in the home. However, she is a food hog and will rummage through the trash, food drawers or containers if they are left unsecured. Carmen would do best in a home with mature people/individual who will be around most of the time.

Annie

Born: Jun/2007
Color: Dark Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
Physical contact is a must for me. I’m Annie – a small dark brindle female – that thrives on affection. I put my paws on the cage of my ‘condo’ to touch my visitors, and try to lick their hands, but it’s difficult to make contact. I’ve fathomed out how to place my neck against the bars so someone can scratch my neck. I’m so tired of living in a cage. Please set me free. I want to run in the back yard, or at the doggie park with other dogs, and live with a family that will wrap their arms around my neck and smother my face with kisses. I know my toes will curl with delight. I don’t know anything about living in a home as the family fur companion, but I’m smart and will quickly learn you’re routine. If you’re looking for a gentle love bug, I’m your gal.

Alyssa

Born: May/2007
Color: Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Seco is a loving dog who has rapidly learned the joy of play and the comfort of retirement. He’s on the larger side, but still wants to be a lap dog. He is more casual trotter than quick sprinter, and loves going for leisurely walks. He does great with car rides, but is timid about hopping into the back of high SUVs. He is being fostered by 3 male greyhounds, 2 small female mixed breeds, and a 6 year old girl; and, he gets along harmoniously with all of them. Seco has no medical issues, has a healthy non-aggressive appetite, is housebroken, rarely barks, and is not crated. He does not chew when provided with rawhide and his own chew toys, but he has been caught sneaking off with socks. Seco gives great cold wet nose nuzzles and will snuggle next to you if allowed.

Roy (Dillan) Seen on KGUN9 Mor

Born: Jan/2008
Color: Dark Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Roy answers to Dillan and has more energy than an older greyhound, but still embraces the coach potato role. He is in great health, walks well on the leash, is not afraid of noises, is fabulous in the car, and comes when called. He is doggy door trained, but is still having an occasional accident when excited. He’s a tall lanky fella, so if someone is not home to let him out, a tall doggy door will be a necessity. He loves the pool, neck rubs, toys, rawhides and Kongs… and has a cute little butt scoot when he runs. He gets along great with kids, is small dog tolerant, but may not care for the kitties. Dillan would do well in a family atmosphere where he could have another dog to hang with, and won’t get in trouble if he spies a pillow he thinks is out of place when you’re not home.

Gina

Born: Jun/2007
Color: Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Gina has shown us that she's a very affectionate, happy dog. She loves belly rubs and snuggles by placing her head on your chest or lap and often sleeps with a "blankie." She wags her tail often when she gets excited.  Gina's learned to use the dog door within two days and has not had any accidents in the house. She's almost 3 years old and still has some puppiness, but is mostly a carefree dog that has not barked, growled or showed any signs of aggressiveness. She is also very curious around the house, smelling everything and new places on her walks, which she loves. She does need work on jumping on people when she gets excited and counter surfing (she loves her treats!). Gina has the potential to live with a cat – but can get curious so proper training is a must. Gina is a petite ball of cuteness and would make a wonderful walking or snuggling buddy.

Bailey

Born: Sep/2006
Color: White/Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: No longer shy, Bailey is now an exuberant greeter that loves everyone, has a wonderful personality, and chatters and grins when he’s excited. Although good with children, Bailey will jump when excited, so he could topple a toddler. He is mildly interested when the vacuum is in motion, but not unduly disturbed by loud noises or traffic. Bailey walks well on the leash, loves to be outside, and enjoys his car rides. He is housebroken and well behaved in the home so he is not crated. Gentle grooming has not been a problem, and he tolerates being bathed in the tub, but is resistant to having his teeth brushed. Bailey is healthy and no foods seem to cause him problems. He responds to his name and the commands ‘down’ ‘come’ and ‘stay.’ Bailey gives kisses, enjoys belly rubs, and prefers to ‘moonwalk’ backwards when he wants to change direction.

Austin

Born: Mar/2006
Color: Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Kennel
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
I’m a sweet black boy called Austin. I give kisses and I can sit.  I wobble a little at first, but I’m getting the hang of sitting. I’m very affectionate and enjoy being around kind gentle people who will pet me and stroke my ears. I walk well on the leash and enjoyed my stroll around the kennel yard this morning. I zig zag a little but, unlike Tyme, I don’t weave. Tyme should take up basket weaving as a hobby and AGR could sell them to raise funds for our greyhounds. I’d buy one to keep my toys in when you take me home. I guess you’ll give me pocket money so I can buy toys from the local pet store, right?  We can play throw and catch and, when the game is over, I can retrieve the toys and place them in my basket. Well – perhaps!

Sara

Born: Jan/2004
Color: Heinz 57 Fawn
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: No
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: After being rescued from the streets of Nogales, Sara appreciates the serenity of her foster home. Sara remains scared of strangers and loud noises, and does not tolerate other dogs. With love, patience and time, Sara will feel more comfortable around people, but she would do best as the only fur companion in a quiet home. Sara is a smart, alert dog that knows her name, enjoys car rides, loves her walks and does not pull on the leash. However, because Sara is missing one limb, she tires easily so two short walks daily will meet her exercise needs. Sara is housetrained, has not yet barked, and doesn’t seem to mind being alone for a while, so she is not crated. She eats well but hardboiled eggs are to be avoided. This sweet girl needs a gentle adopter and a chance to thrive in a peaceful forever home.

Baby

Born: May/2008
Color: Dark Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: From cowering and hiding at the kennel, in foster care, Baby is beginning to blossom. While still a little shy and nervous around people, she will come to you when she’s comfortable and feels that she can trust you. She is well behaved in the home, doesn’t bark, is house trained, loves to ride in the car and is excellent on the leash. Baby likes to be around people and kids, and enjoys the companionship of other animals. She gets along famously with her 9 lb. canine buddy roommate and two cats. Baby would do best in a home with another dog, not necessarily a greyhound, that is confident to help her overcome her shyness. Baby has no qualms at being crated at night – she loves her own private ‘condo.’ She is healthy with no food issues and doesn’t get upset when her foster Moms leave the home.

Addie

Born: Jan/2006
Color: White
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
My biography is coming soon!

Yadkin

Born: Mar/2008
Color: Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Yadkin, who now answers to Dunn, is rapidly learning the ropes of home living. He is outgoing and loves to meet other animals and people. Dunn is house trained, loves to walk and run and does not pull on the leash. Dunn is crated periodically for no more than three hours and often sleeps in his crate during the day, going in and out as he pleases. Dunn has a hearty appetite and is in good health. He enjoys being groomed and responds to the commands: ‘stay,’ ‘come,’ ‘lay down’ and ‘get out of the garbage!’ Dunn has separation anxiety. Therefore, Dunn is now crated when the foster leaves the home for a short time. Nothing seems to bother Dunn except for being left alone.

Tyme

Born: Oct/2007
Color: Black
Gender: Male
Housing: Kennel
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
Do I walk well on a leash? Depends on how you define ‘well.’ As we strut our stuff, I like to weave back and forth, and dance a little, but my haunches don’t wander far from your legs, ‘cos I like human contact. My name is Tyme. I’m a black male, and one happy affectionate boy that loves to be cuddled and told I’m gorgeous. I’m rather tall, but not too tall for a three-seater couch, or a sumptuous doggie bed. The volunteer this morning told me I was a clean boy because I had not sullied my rugs. I’m not a slob, I told her, and would never do such a thing. I would like to be adopted by a family that views me as the youngest kid and includes me in all the daily fun. With ‘tyme’ on your side, all will be well in your world.

Siesta

Born: Jul/2007
Color: Grey/Fawn
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: N/A
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
My biography is coming soon!

Tater

Born: Jan/2008
Color: Black
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: This little black beauty will be a happy presence in an active home with other dogs and people. She is curious, learns quickly and is affectionate. She already knows how to use a doggie door. She taught herself from watching other dogs a couple of times. She needs training to be taught to come and to help her overcome a couple of habits of exuberance and curiosity such as chewing up paper and jumping up on people and counters to check things out. She understands “No,” and corrects willingly. She is lots of fun to have around. She is a bit of an alpha female in that she expects to come first and gets jealous and will push through other dogs for attention. She is assertive but not aggressive and has a healthy self-esteem. She is also cat and small dog tolerant. She is an absolute joy to have around.

Dylan

Born: Mar/2003
Color: Brindle
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Dylan loves the outdoors and his daily walks. He pulls a little on the leash but is gradually improving. He can become excited when meeting new people, but he’s very good with children. Dylan is not shy or aggressive, and shows no signs of separation anxiety when left alone for a while. He is a little anxious with loud noises: thunderstorms and high whistling winds make him whine. Dylan loves his car rides and is well behaved in the home so he is not crated. He will bark to let you know that he wants to go out or come in from the back yard. He does have Pannus - requiring daily eye drops - and a sore hip. Dylan is very calm and will let you brush him and clean his ears. He knows basic commands: sit, off, outside, no, inside, walkies, and usually comes when called.

Cindy

Born: May/2007
Color: Brindle
Gender: Female
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Cindi is a very affectionate pooch that gives kisses and loves being massaged and petted. She’s outgoing, loves people and the big dogs she meets on her daily walks. Cindi walks well on the leash without pulling, but those scurrying bunnies were initially hard to resist. After the command ‘no’ was consistently repeated, bunnies are now eye candy and not something to be chased. She is learning to play with a Kong, occasionally romps with her doggie roommate, and barks very little. Tossing the laundry is preferred over toys. Cindi can be left alone for a couple of hours without any problem, and goes into her crate during the day of her own volition. She is in good health, eats well, and is house broken. Cindi enjoys shredding paper, so her foster Mom is doggie proofing to protect her books.

Greek

Born: Jul/2007
Color: Red
Gender: Male
Housing: Foster
Cats: Yes
Small Dogs: Yes
Status: ADOPTED!
FOSTER UPDATE: Greek is a gentle hound that’s compatible with cats and small dogs. He lives in a quiet household with other dogs and wants to be one of the pack. Greek is very shy, especially around males. When scared, he freezes, but is not aggressive. He will thrive in a quiet home with other animals for companionship. Greek is not crated because he is not destructive. He is house trained using a doggie door. When left alone, he does fine, probably because he has doggie companions. Greek is not a barker and rides well in the car. He is learning to walk on the leash but gets spooked easily, so walks need to be around quiet areas until he feels more secure. Greek tolerates grooming and is learning to respond to his name. Once he overcomes his shyness, this dog will make a fabulous fur companion for a family.

Lady

Born: May/2007
Color: Red
Gender: Female
Housing: Kennel
Cats: No
Small Dogs: N/A
Status: ADOPTED!
I'm Lady. Not one of those pretentious creatures, but a lady brimming with vim and vigor. I'm a small pooch with pretty brown eyes. I like people and give kisses to those that treat me gently and with kindness. I'm longing for a good home where I will be well cared for and my fabulous coat will be brushed regularly to keep it shiny. I just can't wait to nuzzle into a plush doggie bed all my own. The holidays are close and I would like to be with a family to enjoy the holiday season.

 

 

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