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would like a new home

Can you give Snoop a new home


Breed: Greyhound
Age: 4 years
Sex: Dog
Date Added: 10/01/2019

Rescue Information

Rescue: Northern Greyhound Rescue
Contact: Amanda Gething
Telephone: 01253 891589 or 07888726885

About Me

Snoop is a four year old male Greyhound. He came into our care after finishing racing and has been in a foster home with several other Hounds since the end of October.
Snoop is quite simply wonderful, he is the biggest, softest dufus if a little clumsy at times! He has been clean in the house, he races to the back door if he needs to go to the toilet and he settles down well with the other hounds and can be left for a few hours without issues. Snoop has become an exceedingly happy little chap, everything is exciting and new to him, and it's a delight to see him so happy playing with toys and experiencing life outside of kennels. His favourite things in life are certainly his toys and food!
Snoop walks out well on his lead, he is still very curious of life outside of kennels and walks can sometimes take a little longer whilst he stops and watches the world go by. He loves people and can't understand why some people ignore him as he walks towards them wagging away waiting for a cuddle! He just loves to lean and put his head on you. He has some off lead time, but his recall is still a work in progress so secure areas are a must at the moment.
Snoop would be happier with another hound or hounds for company, he is not cat friendly. Such a special boy needs an equally special home where he can experience all life has to offer, sprawl out on a comfy sofa and be loved to bits. Snoop is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and flead and wormed, he can be homed both locally and nationally dependent on a successful homecheck.

Want to Adopt Snoop?

If you would like to give Snoop a new home, please contact the rescue on 01253 891589 or 07888726885 and ask for Amanda Gething or send an email using the form if available.

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