Wolf Has Been Homed


Wolf has been homed – 23/8/20.

Wolf is in kennels near Fleet, Hampshire, he arrived with us on the 16th July 2020 and he was born on the 1st April 2016.

He is a medium sized, affectionate, friendly, dark brindle male.

Wolf enjoys going out for his walks and will trot along beside you. He enjoys visiting new places and takes everything in his stride.  This lad can be a little bit noisy and likes to see what is going on, especially in other peoples gardens!  He is a quick learner and has learnt and responds to a few commands too.

He loves to be around people, having a lot of fuss and cuddles. Wolf comes out of his kennel and will stop for a ‘Good Morning’ hello, before he trots off to explore the yard and find those interesting smells that the wildlife have left overnight!

“Wait for me!”

This boy also likes to talk to you to brighten up your day, as soon as he hears you coming, Wolf plays a little song for you until you are able to get to him!

Wolf loves his food and will eat his meals very nicely for you.  He is learning the command ‘wait’ which we are using at food times with him.  He will take treats from you gently but looks at them sometimes and probably thinks ‘is that it’ by the expression on his face!

He would be fine to be left for a few hours whilst someone worked on his own or with another dog.  Wolf could be homed with children over the age of 10 years, he loves to be active, mentally stimulated and he would quite happily be your walking buddy!  This young man finds the car fun, he will quite happily jump in and we know he will enjoy the walks you take him on.

Wolf loves to play with you, play bowing he is very fond of and expects you to do the same!  He also loves running after a soft toy, hope you have got plenty as he does enjoying taking them to bed with him! He doesn’t mind you taking the toys from him, Wolf drops them so you can throw them again for him.

Wolf going to pounce on a thrown soft toy!

Wolf could be homed as a companion to another greyhound or other breed of dog.  He now needs to go out and see a range of dogs so he can understand there are other breeds too, all shapes and sizes.  He shows his confusion in a positive way and looks to his handler for reassurance.  Wolf will wait to be told he can say ‘hello’ to another dog, how clever is that!  His new owners will need to continue socialisation with other dogs which I know he will be very happy to meet.

No cats please.

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