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DAISY

Female

3 years

Daisy is really sweet natured girl looking for a family to join. She is great with other greyhounds, ok with medium/large breeds however not so good with small breeds and definitely not friendly around cats and small furries.

Prior to arriving with us she has some experience of being indoors and she should settle into a home environment with minimal fuss.

Location: West Scotland Greyhound Trust

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LOUIS

Male

4 years

Louis has found himself looking for another forever home after things didn't work out in his previous one. Louis is very protective of his possessions (resource guarding) so a home with young children will not be considered. He could live with a laid back male or a female greyhound and, as long as his space is respected, he will be a great family member.

Location: West Scotland Greyhound Trust

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PEDRO

Male

4 years

Pedro is a lovely boy with just the sweetest nature. He gets on great with other greyhounds and shows a little interest in other breeds but no reactivity. Pedro does have some separation anxiety which is being worked on.

Location: West Scotland Greyhound Trust

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VINNIE

Male

9 years

Vinnie can only be described as a character, full of mischief. He is a bouncy boy, especially when he sees his lead, so an experienced greyhound owner would be preferred. Vinnie has been in a house for 9 months and he was perfect in the house but he can be very hard to handle as he is highly reactive to all other breeds of dog, livestock etc

Location: West Scotland Greyhound Trust

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JACK

Male

4 years

Jack was returned to us after a short spell in a home. He is a strong boy who would benefit from an experienced, adult only home. Jack is quite wary of people he doesn't know and his reaction is to bark so he needs someone who understands this and that can help him to overcome this. He is a lovely boy and he will flourish in the right home so please don't be put off by his needs.

Location: West Scotland Greyhound Trust

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BEAR

Male

8 years

Bear is 8 years old and finds himself looking for a home. Bear would suit being an only dog or with a laid back female. He can be reactive to other breeds and he’s also not small furry friendly. Other than that he is a lovely boy who loves lots of cuddles.

Location: West Scotland Greyhound Trust

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YEATSY

Male

3 years

Yeatsy is a lovely big boy. He doesn't like smaller dogs and is strong on the lead, however, with corrective training this can be addressed. He just needs someone to give him a chance.

Location: West Scotland Greyhound Trust

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SKEELOS

Male

6 years

Skeelos would really like to find a home he can this time call his own. He was homed by an organisation in England 2 years ago. After the family moved to Scotland they unfortunately can no longer look after him and contacted us to find him a new home. He’s just about coping being back in kennels however would be a lot more settled in a home. He’s a real people dog and isn’t a fan of other dogs so would need to be an only dog. Walks ok when out

Location: West Scotland Greyhound Trust

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DOC

Male

5 years

Doc has found himself looking for a new forever home after he was returned through no fault of his own. Doc can be quite protective with his toys and food so he would not be suitable to live with children and he would be best as an only dog but don't let that put you off as he is a lovely boy who just wants to be loved. He walks very well on the lead and doesn't bother with any other dogs.

Location: West Scotland Greyhound Trust

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Warrior

Male

5 years

Warrior is a handsome, friendly boy who is looking for a special home. Warrior initially had some difficulty being around other breeds but has recently come on leaps and bounds, so with an experienced handler he really could be an excellent companion. Warrior would need an adult only home with no other pets, where he can settle in to home life.

If Warrior sounds like a good match for your home, please contact the West Scotland branch.

Location: West Scotland Greyhound Trust

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