Another happy homing story
We love hearing from you about how your re-homed hounds are getting on and what they’ve been getting up to in their retirement.
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HAPPILY HOMED JAX
Jax who was known as Blake in kennels, has come a long way from when we first had him with his freezing on walks and his anxieties of the outside world.
He’s a lovable goofy lapdog and just wants to give love to everyone he meets or says “Hello” (he thinks that’s his 2nd name!), Singing his own song at the monthly Hall Green walks to ensure everyone knows he’s there.
Jax gets on well with his greyhound sibling and has learnt to respect her rules. She even now allows him to share a bed with her.
2 years on he’s still learning to deal with his anxieties with off lead dogs but these are getting less and less occurrences.
Jax loves doing his zoomies is at the local park or when the toaster pops and likes to carry his favourite teddy around the house.
We were very proud of how much he has come on and for getting overall reserve boy at the central greyhound gathering earlier in the year.
Our home wouldn’t be the same without his crazy antics.
Greyhounds make great pets
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Greyhounds as pets
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