|Joined #GHINFamily - 05/04/2022|
Height : circa 65cm
Children : Not Tested
Small Dogs : Yes but excitable at first.
Cats : No.
Injuries : None we have been made aware of or seen.
How Obtained : Surrendered to us by the owner to find a home
Character : Robin is such a pleasure to have around the place. She is always happy and never any trouble at all and even tolerates the lunacy of the lurchers, especially Ruby hahaha. She comes when called and most of the time likes to be near you anyway but not a constant magnet which is nice. Being older she has that bit of sense. She must never have been socialised around small dogs because she does get excited and wants to play, not hunt, and doesn't really know what the are or what to do with them. More exposure and she will be absolutely okay but naturally be cautious at first. Excellent on the leash and does love her hugs and walks and cuddles and just being there.
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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