|Joined #GHINFamily - 25/06/2022|
Height : circa 70cm
Children : Not Tested
Small Dogs : Not Tested.
Cats : Not tested.
Injuries : Paddy was raced in Shelbourne Park Dublin and was deemed to have broken his hock at the track. Thankfully it was discovered at the vets the next day that he only sprained a muscle and so all his bones are intact but the syndicate who owneed him decided to retire him as he had had several niggly injuries that made them decide he deserved to retire.So basically no injuries.
How Obtained : Surrendered to us by the owner to find him a home
Character : Isn't he beautiful!. There is black and there is Black and Paddy carries it so well. He is a lovely character, very friendly and super with people and the other dogs he has been mixed with. Likes to steal food but that is normal isn't it. Fabulous on the lead, super at coming when called and knows his name. Note this does not mean good recall so no off-lead unless in a safe environment. A very chilled boy.
NB :: Being a greyhound/sighthound means potentially could go into hunting mode if sees small animals running. We are now putting this warning with all of our sighthounds and does not mean that this particular one is this way - just a warning to introduce carefully and be watchful.
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