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,
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