Our policy is to reserve the cat-trainable dogs for those homes that truly require them. If you have no small animals, you will need to adopt a dog that is not deemed small animal trainable.
Crystal is a sweet, friendly girl. She enjoys attention, but isn't pushy about it. As she gets more confident in her new life, that may change. She generally crates well, but can get a bit anxious in the crate at times- especially initially. She enjoys rawhide bones.
Crystal 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.
Crystal does well with the other greyhounds. Caution should be used whenever in the vicinity of non-greyhounds.
A fenced yard is required to adopt Crystal.
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