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A very pretty, gentle and kind greyhound girl.
Stacey was abandoned in a van on an allotment with 3 other dogs. Luckily, they were found and came into rescue. Having had a bit of time to settle in, they are now looking for homes.
Stacey has shared her kennel with another greyhound since being in rescue. They enjoy a mooch in the field and a quick zoomies when given the chance.
Stacey is a friendly girl who loves people and is very nosey. She has also been good around other dogs too. Given the chance she will chase your cats out of town, so best she lives in a home with no small furries. Better suited to a home with lots of treats, love and fusses – she likes them very much! She has no problem at all being handled and wears a harness to walk very nicely. Not a big fan of cars or vans so we will be working on that with her, but hardly surprising given how she was found.
She will need time and effort to make the transition from kennels to a decent home. She has never had a home, so would need help learning the rules. If given that time, this little girl will make someone a wonderful companion. She needs a little confidence building in the world in general, never having seen much of it, but you will reap huge rewards if you can commit to helping her flourish.
All the greyhounds deserve loving homes, where there is a comfy space to call their own. Sofas are a firm favourite, even for those who have never had their own home before. Can you offer Stacey that chance?
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