Hula has been homed – 31/5/20.
Hula is in foster care near Fleet, Hampshire and she was born on the 2nd February 2015.
She is a friendly, stocky, playful girl who just loves to have fun!
Hula enjoys going for a walk and she is keen to investigate all that she finds with a big waggy tail! She walks nicely on the lead but watch out for those squirrels, as they can make her more excitable!
She would benefit from socialisation classes to help her accept smaller dogs generally as friends.
Hula has been having weekly dog training sessions, she is listening well to her handler who she trusts, with time and patience she is learning how to behave around other dogs.
Hula can now ignore the smaller dog and when called by her name will come to her handler, as she knows she is going get lots of cuddles. Greyhound Lifeline will support her new owners moving forward with her training.
She is a good eater and is not remotely fussy over food. Hula loves to chase after soft cuddly toys and will amuse herself and others with her playful side!
She would be suitable to live as an only pet or as a companion to a male or female greyhound or greyhound look-alike. She could live with children over the age of 10 years.
Hula travels well and is keen to get into a car for her outings although does need some assistance getting in.