Gilbert is a bouncy, happy guy. He wants to experience everything that life has to offer (and preferably, right now!). He enjoys rawhide bones and he generally crates well.
Gilbert did well in cat testing, but has never lived with a cat. Use a muzzle initially, and closely monitor all interactions. When unable to monitor the interaction, some form of physical barrier should be used, i.e. crating.
Gilbert interacted well with the other greyhounds although some of the boys found him annoying.. Caution should be used whenever in the vicinity of non-greyhounds.
A fenced yard is required to adopt Gilbert.
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