I heard some talk around Lazy Grey that I looked like a lab mix. I don't know what a "lab" is, but I'm not mixed with anything. I have the tats to prove it. Like Ms. Wanda says, I'm just a little "stocky."
Although I prefer to sit back, watch and listen in new situations, the SA GREYS people told me I should introduce myself. They said I'll never find a forever family if no one knows I exist. That made sense to me, so I've drafted a biography.
I'm 16 months old. I never raced because I broke all of the toes on one of my front feet. It's hard to run when the one of your paws is flapping... As a result, I'm not "retired" like many of the other greyhounds, I'm just starting a new career.
I'm generally mellow and calm, but I also like to have fun. Ms. Wanda says I'm silly and amusing. For example, I like making funny noises when I play in the yard.
I'm moving to a foster home next week with a girl greyhound and two male non-greyhound dogs. I'm a little nervous, but I passed both my small dog and cat tests, so it should be fine.
If you like the strong, silent type, but also appreciate someone with a goofy side, we should get together for coffee. I like those whipped cream pupachinos....
There's More of Me to Love,
Mack is silly, goofy and fun. He makes funny noises when he's playing. Mack loves attention and will rub his back on his crate to pet himself.
Mack did very well in foster. He was well behaved and got along well with a female greyhound, male medium-sized dog and tiny dog. Mack loved to play with the medium-sized foster brother.
Mack was moved back to Lazy Grey because of the foster's schedule and had nothing to do with Mack. He spends his days out with the pack at Lazy Grey. He gets along with everyone and is really nice hound.
He likes to keep Ms. Wanda in sight and will bark if he can't find her. We think Mack would be happiest in a home where his person is home a lot or he has a doggie playmate.
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