Hello, everyone! I used to live on a farm in Kansas. I moved to Tucson last weekend with a bunch of other doggies.
On Wednesday, I was selected to go to foster! I'm a little shy so the peoples thought I might be happier in a quiet home versus the boarding facility (which is currently filled with rambunctious hounds awaiting foster homes.)
Because I had my no puppies surgery the very next day, I didn't get an opportunity to get to know my greyhound foster brother and sisters. They seemed nice and I'm really glad I'll have mentors to teach me how to be a pet. I hope my forever home has another doggie too.
Oh, I should tell you I just had my first birthday on September 22 so I'm kind of a puppy.
Have a Fantastic Week...I Think I Will,
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