Nada is a sweet little girl, but she's a bit shy. Initially, she did a lot of submissive urination and that may happen again with the move. She did get over it though and actually became pretty affectionate and would seek out attention. She likes rawhide bones and crates well..
Nada does well with the other greyhounds. Caution should be used whenever in the vicinity of non-greyhounds.
A fenced yard is required to adopt Nada.
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