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After a rough start to life, 18-month old Jack is a superstar looking for a forever family to love and dote on him… forever.
Jack was very shy and nervous when he first came into foster care, hiding in his room for the first few days before becoming brave enough to explore his new home. However, with the help of his foster carers and canine sibling, his confidence has grown and he’s ready to head out into the big, wide world with his forever family.
Jack needs his new family to understand that if he is a bit shy at first, he just needs some patience, space, and tasty treats, and he’ll come out of his shell. Once he gets to know you, his favourite things in the world will be pats, playtime, and going for walks.
In the beginning Jack would freeze a lot on walks but he is now very confident. He still needs a bit of help with loose leash training and socialisation but he’s keen to learn. Jack has been socialised with his canine foster sister who is a mastiff x wolfhound and could have a greyhound or large breed sibling in his new home. He is not small dog friendly.
Jack is house trained however is used to having indoor/outdoor toilet access. Ideally, this will be the same in his forever home as Jack has a medical condition called psychogenic polydipsia which causes him to urinate frequently. This will need to be monitored with yearly urine sample checks at the vet but aside from this requires no management at this stage and he’s a happy, healthy boy.
Jack still has a lot of puppy energy and would love a home where he gets lots of human attention, and someone to work on some basic training/learning games with him. Jack would ideally have a home with a backyard to play in, however he would also be okay with a smaller outdoor space if his humans are home a lot for company and are keen to do two decent walks per day.
• A home with some outdoor space (no apartments with small balconies)
• A home in a quieter suburb, or with quieter streets nearby for walks (while he builds his confidence and gets to know his new home)
• Patient and loving humans to help him build his confidence and continue his
• PT workers or people who WFH
Please no applications from:
• Apartment homes
• Homes where Jack would be alone FT hours
• Homes with young kids or elderly people (Jack doesn't know his own size and is
still learning not to jump/mouth)
• Homes with cats or small dogs (or any pocket pets)
Before applying please consider:
a) what your work and home life will look like once we reach a "Covid-normal"
b) the long-term financial and time commitments of having a forever dog
Psychogenic polydipsia: water intake requires monitoring and yearly urine checks
1) Please email email@example.com 2) We will send you our adoption inquiry form so we can learn more about you, your family and lifestyle.
3) Amazing Greys conducts a house check and introduces you to a greyhound we think matches your family and lifestyle
4) If we both agree that the greyhound is a good fit for your family, he/she goes on a 3- 4 week trial with you
5) After a successful trial period, the greyhound moves in permanently with your family.
We will keep in touch with you throughout the process and help you and your greyhound settle in.
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.