Broadway Johnny was recently relinquished due in part to separation anxiety. He is in our Prison Foster Program and doing very well. He needs to be with another greyhound due to his separation anxiety.
10/25/2016 Prison Handler Update:
'Johnny is very calm (when not left alone).
He knows how to sit and lay down nicely
He will only use the bathroom outside
He listens well when told to do something.'
Broadway Johnny is a very handsome boy who is very sweet and friendly. This boy is only 17 months old but has a nice maturity about him. He readily leans up against the person who is next to him. He walks nicely on leash. He was described by the person in Florida from who we got him as a 'sweet goofy young'un'. He is one of those 'mooshy' boys that we have come to love. Johnny is 17 months old and although he loves people, no cats, please.
Update by Prison Inmate who is her primary handler in the Prison Foster Program:
'I think my dog would be great to adopt for several reasons such as he is easy going and docile. He has good qualities such as being very friendly, not barking aimlessly, and good house etiquette. Johnny can make a great addition to a family.'
Foster Update 4/3/32015
Broadway Johnny--He is just a baby, he turns 2 at the end of April. Johnny loves to be with people and enjoys the company of other dogs. He is always happy to go out side and play with toys. Johnny will need to be adopted into a family with another dog. Johnny would be very happy if he could snuggle with other dogs. He is so sweet and just wants to please.
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