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Baby
would like a new home

Whippet
Can you give Baby a new home

Baby

Breed: Greyhound
Age: 4 years
Sex: Bitch
Date Added: 12/02/2020

Rescue Information

Rescue: Forever Hounds Trust
Contact:
Website: www.foreverhoundstrust.org
Telephone: 03000 125 125 Monday to Friday, between 9am and 4pm

About Me

Nobody puts Baby in the corner. This beautiful 4 year old girl loves to meet everybody, she’s no wallflower. Baby was a successful racer and she loves to show off her running skills in the field, usually with a soft toy. She would love to visit secure fields to show you her favourite past time.

Baby enjoys nothing more than playing with her toys and has even shown some natural talent with fetching items back to her handler. She’s very food motivated and enjoys learning. A fabulous companion for those who would enjoy training classes or tricks.

Baby has never lived in a home environment so she will need some time and training to adjust. Though Baby was very good in our Home from Home and found her way to the door when she needed to toilet. Baby’s inquisitive nature and love of food means that she enjoys a little counter surfing, she will need gentle training in the home to help her understand which areas are hers to take from. She can be bouncy when people first enter her environment and therefore older dog savvy children would be a lovely match for her, she adores children and leans into them for fuss.

Baby has been a little unsure what to make of smaller dogs and has been working with our behaviourists to understand them. She could live with medium to large dogs pending introductions. She can be a little forward on the lead and is inquisitive about wildlife and smaller dogs when out and about.

This happy girl would make a lovely addition to a family.

Want to Adopt Baby?

If you would like to give Baby a new home, please contact the rescue on 03000 125 125 Monday to Friday, between 9am and 4pm and ask for or send an email using the form if available.


Contact Form

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