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My name is Cayenne Whoopi!

Greyhound Dog for adoption in Gerrardstown, West Virginia - Cayenne Whoopi
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Greyhound Rescue, Inc.

Facts about Cayenne Whoopi

  • Breed: Greyhound
  • Color: Brindle - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 64222-64H
Hi there, my name is “Cayenne Whoopi”, but everyone calls me “Cayenne.” I liked running around with my friends in Alabama, but what I really like is sleeping in the sun! My third birthday is next month, so I still have plenty of puppy energy. There are so many things to see and do around here. I am learning new things every day, and my foster mom says I am attentive and learn quickly. I really love car rides, going on walks, running around in the yard, and watching television with the family. I am pretty good at playing fetch, and I would love to play with you. Cayenne is currently living in a foster home in MD. Please contact Denise Davis (304) 229-4944 to make arrangements to meet this sweet girl.

About Greyhound Rescue, Inc.

Our Adoption Process...

The Adoption Process
If you'd like to adopt a greyhound, please complete and submit an adoption application. You can now apply online or download and mail or email applications to us.

Please allow a week for review of your application. Then we'll call or send you a note to schedule an interview.

John and Denise Davis, or one of their adoption representatives, will conduct an interview of all applicants. The interview, which usually lasts about an hour, helps determine that a greyhound is appropriate for you. It also helps us to find the dog best suited for your home. They review the application with you, and discuss your preferences for the greyhound (i.e. sex, age, personality, coat color, etc.). They'll also discuss the responsibilities of owning a greyhound, and can answer any questions or discuss any concerns that you have.

At the interview, or shortly after, they will let you know if you've been approved. There is usually no more than a three-week wait to get your greyhound. You will be contacted with an anticipated delivery date for you to pick up your greyhound at John and Denise's.