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Jack

Sex: Dog

Age: 6 years

Breed: Greyhound

Date Added: 08/05/2018


Contact the Rescue

Name: Greyhound Gap

Contact: Rose Marie

Website: www.greyhoundgap.org.uk/

Telephone: Rose Marie on 01256 771819 (9am - 9pm)

Description

Jack! What can I say? This 6 year old Greyhound spook is to die for. Such an amazing dog and he really is going to be a heart dog in the making for some lucky family. Jack most definitely needs a home with other dogs in. He can be very shy and wary of people and will back off and attempt to shut down a little BUT the second he sees other dogs the little switch flicks back up and his tail wags and he becomes animated. Jack would prefer a home with dog savy children 10 and upwards as to fast or to jerky a movement scares him rigid. He is learning not to be so afraid and is coming round quickly to us here at the kennels and now he has learnt what walks are he absolutely loves them they are his most favourite thing.

Jack has been good with all the dogs he has met BUT he has had over 180 races in his time sadly so caution will need to be taken when introducing him to smaller breeds and he is NOT cat safe. Jack walks beautifully on lead and he travels like a dream.

Although Jack is with us here in kennels in Stoke on Trent he is a bright boy and keeps his kennel clean and always toilets as soon as let out so housetraining should be easy enough for him to learn.

Jack is vaccinated, kc vaccinated, de flead, de wormed, microchipped, neutered and has received a dental. He will also go to his new home with a months free insurance.

In the first instance if you are interested in offering Jack a home please complete the pre adoption questionnaire below
www.greyhoundgap.org.uk/our-dogs/pre-adoption-questionnaire


If you would like to give Jack a new home, please contact the rescue on Rose Marie on 01256 771819 (9am - 9pm) and ask for Rose Marie or send an email using the form if available.

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