Zany & Loving
Source number: EE100188
in memory of
All our greyhounds are health checked, desexed, vaccinated, micro-chipped, worm and flea treated.
Further details in Adoption FAQ
Adoption fee: $
Available for Adoption
Please only apply for this greyhound if you have:
- a medium/large dog for companionship and no small dogs
- prepared to continue socialisation training
Presenting Queen Elsa - yes, just like the film Frozen. Elsa's magical power is how quickly she can wrap humans around her pinky paw with one sweet look.
This lovely girl has settled straight in to pet life and loves nothing more than a cuddle on the couch with her humans. Elsa has all sorts of ticklish spots and loves to be kissed, cuddled and scratched all over. Elsa loves her walks and often has zany moments where she does zoom-spins on her bed, runs around with her toy cow in her mouth and does lots of talking. She is Miss Personality.
Elsa has lovely house manners and is happy to share her toys and will hop off the couch when asked to do so. She respects boundaries and has learnt not to go into the kitchen. She seems to be a bit scared of stairs in the house - but with training and patience could learn to master these.
This girl really has an appetite - she will do anything for a doggie biscuit! Elsa is toilet trained but prefers to do her business when out walking as opposed to in the garden. This sleeping beauty doesn't get up in the middle of the night - she will wait until her humans are ready to take her out.
Elsa has been practicing being at home alone, and can comfortably do an hour or so by herself - mostly she hops on the couch and has a snooze. With more time she could learn to be comfortable on her own for a few more hours.
Elsa enjoys two 20-30 minute walks a day, or the occasional longer weekend stroll. She happily trots along sniffing her 'wee-mails'. She does react to little dogs by jumping forward, so her forever family would need to commit to further training and socialisation.
Elsa is good in the car and lies down when travelling. With the right introductions, we think this darling could happily be a sister to a medium to large sized doggie, or would be happy as the only child. She has been practicing socialising with other greyhounds and was friendly when walking with a Staffy friend. Elsa just loves her humans and would be best off with people who are home more often than not.
Elsa is a homebody at heart, so would be fine in a house with a smaller backyard. Elsa hasn't had much opportunity to meet children, but her behavior leads us to believe she would be okay with young ones.
So if you have room on your couch and in your heart for a greyhound - Elsa could be your girl!