found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I passed my tutoring!
It wasn't anything like I expected. I was a little nervous because I've never had to study. The peoples at Briarcrest Veterinary Care Center were really nice. They gave me soft pets and told me to relax.
After that, I don't remember much of their instruction. Maybe it was more along the lines of hypnosis or relaxation therapy, rather than real tutoring. I feel so much lighter...
Now that I've graduated, you can adopt me.
Start typing. Seriously. We've got places to go and things to do. I'm on 18 months old. I've got a lot of wild oats yet to sow. I can't wait to go on adventures with you!!
Refreshed and Ready for My New Pet Life,
Jeremy is okay with our adult cats. He does not chase them and the cats approach him willingly [which is usually my best indication that they are not afraid]. He was much more interested in the kittens, but I'm sure with time, he would be okay- even our greys don't know what to do with these little fuzz balls!
Jeremy will need some work- he's like any other young, big greyhound- he tried to eat a laundry sheet [don't know where he found it!] ; a pen; and is a master counter surfer, if given the opportunity. He's very sweet and really liked Jeff [so no fear of men]. He whined so much when we put him in the crate, that we allowed him to sleep in the living room [crate door was open- he'd walk in and out, but never stay]. Once he settled down, he slept through the night on a dog bed.
He's already figured out the doggy door to come in [not a fan of the heat- ha!] and is close to having it down to go out. He had only one accident and that was our fault- he tried to tell us he needed to go out and we didn't interpret his signs. He gets along fine with our greys and seems to enjoy this home living thing.