It's so nice to finally slow down! I've been a busy girl. I started my racing career in Tucson in 2012, and ran 331 races. My last race was in October 2015 in Mexico. After that, I moved to a farm in Kansas and had puppies.
I thought I had to be fast when I was racing. That was nothing compared to chasing after speedy puppies!
I decided to retire and moved back to Tucson this October, four years after my first race here. I moved into a foster home as soon as I arrived and am living with another girl greyhound.
I like to follow her and my foster mom around. First, I'm not exactly sure what my job is now that I'm not a racer or mom. I'm watching the pet greyhound to figure that out. Second, I really enjoy their company.
Even after I have the pet job down, I think I'll want to follow my forever person everywhere!
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