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Max was going to come to us to be rehomed, we had organised it with the owner and the trainer but they decided to for some reason give him one last race. At that race he crashed and broke his hock, the next morning Shane rang and told us what had happened and at that initially they thought it was sprained. After we had it x-rayed we spent the films to the specialist centre and they said it was broken but not badly displaced. That being the case Dr Sam Biddle the new Senior vet at Riverbank Animal Hospital suggested that we splint him and that he would need weekly bandage changes for 6-8 weeks with the result that it would mend in place. Max is a lovely greyhound, with a lovely temperament, extremely affectionate but as he is a racing greyhound should not be trusted with small fluffy creatures of any sort at this stage. He does sleep in a crate below a cat and takes no notice but if the cat was out running around it maybe a different story altogether. His leg is mending well and Dr Sam is happy with his progress. He is a beautiful, loving affectionate boy who does not always like to share his food. He has like all our animals been desexed, micro-chipped, immunised, heart worm tested, and regularly treated for parasites.
HappyPaws Haven is fussy about who adopts these animals and where they are housed and cared for. The adoption criteria is documented as a questionnaire and strictly adhered to. We do not adopt animals to people who rent unless they are long term rental at the same address and have landlords written permission.
We ask if they have thought about the attributes they want in a dog, lifestyle, childrens ages, prepared to train, etc. We also talk about responsible pet ownership, fully fenced yards, hours unattended etc. and finally a vet reference.
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.