Can you give this greyhound a home?
All of our greyhounds are neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated, wormed and flea-treated and come with 4 weeks’ free insurance with Petplan.
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Brutus was in a home for a short while but he was a bit too boisterous for the family and he was returned to us. So to make sure we found a good fit next time, our volunteer Simon agreed to have him home for a few days to assess him for us.
Follow Brutus’ adventures and see if he is the right fit for you! We think he probably would prefer a family with no small children as he’s a big lad and can be enthusiastic in his greetings. But Simon says he’s a quick learner and will respond well to positive training.
We really want to get Brutus into another home as Simon’s work commitments means he can’t adopt. Please get in touch to meet this fabulous boy!
Had a wash before going home with my mate Simon – looking fine if I say so myself! At home – had a good sniff everywhere and went up and down the stairs – easy peasy. Liking the look of this comfy bed. I got a bit overexcited around food but Simon told me “no” but he did share a couple pieces of steak with me. Had a short walk to do the toilet stuff. Zorsted and slept like a baby.
I had a good night . I woke up Simon in the night when I needed to go the loo outside then happily went back to sleep. I’ve been ever so well behaved and learn very quickly. I like being with my hooman but I’m learning it’s ok to be on my own and snooze . Had a sniff around the kitchen and the chocolate eclair looked tempting but was told “no” – oh well, can’t blame a chap for trying but Simon is teaching me some manners around food . We watched the Grand Prix on telly cuddled up to my hooman and I did manage to have a snooze with all the noise!
Went to the pub. Simon says it was to help me socialise – what a great place to get lots of fuss, cuddles, and kisses (and that’s just Simon .) Seriously though, the fish finger sandwiches were to die for. Did I mention I like my grub?
Helped Simon with some errands today – had a great day. Exhausting being this handsome – and needed a nap after our visits. I’ve been supervising the workmen at Simon’s house – keeping an eye on things for him from the upstairs window. He can thank me later.
Back to the kennels tomorrow to stay with my mates. Simon has to work which means I’ll be left way too long while he’s out. TBH I really prefer home life to kennel life and would really like a second chance to prove that I’ll make a great companion for the right person. I just need a bit more practice with my manners but I’m cracking on with that and Simon says I’ve been good as gold except for one teeny blip where I objected to him trying to take my toy away but we made up and played with the toy together which I liked and I’ve been the bestest boy since.
If you’d like to meet this gorgeous boy, then give us a ring on 0121 426 4810 or contact us to make an appointment to visit our kennels.
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