Adopted Dogs

//Adopted Dogs

River

 Adopted! River is a 5-year old female who arrived on January 2 from the Canidrome track in Macau.  Stay tuned for temperament and cat testing info. 

2019-01-18T16:59:41+00:00January 5th, 2019|Adopted Dogs|

Abby

Adopted! Abby is a small 5-year old fawn galga girl who arrived from Scooby, Spain on April 25th.  She was in a home for about 6 months but was returned due to unforeseen family circumstances.  Abby still remains a fairly shy girl and will do best in a home with another dog.  She is very sweet and gentle, and is getting along well with the other dogs at King’s Kastle.  Abby did well in cat testing! 
2018-12-28T09:25:51+00:00December 8th, 2018|Adopted Dogs|

Bo

Adopted! Bo is an 11 year old greyhound/borozi/deerhound mix was surrendered to us because of major changes in his owner’s life.  He is very affectionate and would like nothing more than being petted all day!  And look at those ears!  He is doing well with the other dogs in the pack and lived with a cat when he was younger.  Bo did well in cat testing and should be able to live with cats.  

2018-12-19T19:56:34+00:00December 1st, 2018|Adopted Dogs|

Tessa

Adopted!  Tessa is whippet mix estimated to be 2-3 years old.  She was picked up as a stray in the central valley.  Tessa is a shy girl, and is eager to have loving home that will help her blossom.  

2018-12-20T17:31:12+00:00November 25th, 2018|Adopted Dogs|

Mia

Adopted! Mia is a 6-year old red brindle greyhound who was at HemoPet for several years before going to Susan Acevas at Amazing Greys.  Because of health issues, Susan needs to find a new home for her.  Mia has no pancreatic enzymes, so she needs to have a sprinkling of these enzymes on her food twice a day in order to absorb the nutrients from her food.  Mia is affectionate and loves to get cuddles. She loves riding in the car/truck and  will race to it when it’s time for an outing.  When you sing her name, she starts to dance and will join in any sing-a-longs (roo-fests)!  She is housetrained.  Mia should not live with cats or very small dogs. 

2019-01-09T16:57:12+00:00November 25th, 2018|Adopted Dogs|

Brooke

 Adopted! Brooke is a 10 year old girl who arrived on November 14 from the Canidrome track in Macau.  She is amazingly spry for her age!  She’s showing a lot of interest in the little dogs right now, so we’ll be doing some careful integration into the pack over the next few days.  Brooke should not live with cats. 
2018-12-22T17:23:21+00:00November 15th, 2018|Adopted Dogs|

Lucky

 Adopted!  Lucky is a 6 1/2 year old female who arrived on November 14 from the Canidrome track in Macau.  She has great forward-flopping ears and is a very friendly girl.  Stay tuned for temperament information and interactions with other dogs and cats. 
2018-12-29T15:55:32+00:00November 15th, 2018|Adopted Dogs|

Franny

 Adopted! Franny is a 10-year old female who arrived on November 14 from the Canidrome track in Macau.  She is a happy girl who is enjoying exploring all the new sights and smells at King’s Kastle.  Franny should not live with cats. 
2018-12-08T07:20:55+00:00November 15th, 2018|Adopted Dogs|

Safqa

Adopted! Safqa is a 9 year old female Azawakh Hound
We were notified by a greyhound friend in Southern California about two sighthounds who were boarded at the Arroyo Vista Veterinary Hospital.  This is the writeup on their FB page:
“A very dear, long time friend of Arroyo Vista Vet is in her last days. We made a promise to her family that we would help find a new home for her two beloved dogs, Hadrian and Safqa.
Hadrian is an 11 year old neutered male Afgan Hound Mix and Safqa is a 9 year old spayed female Azawakh Hound. They are beautiful, sweet, well behaved dogs that would make a great addition to any family. They get along with other dogs and seem to do well with cats too.
Safqa has had seizures in the past, but none since starting her special diet. Hadrian is on 2 medications and will be sent home with 5 months of them for free. They are also both fully vaccinated and have insurance that can be transferred to their new owners.”
We brought these two dogs into Greyhound Friends for Life on November 9th.  They are integrated well into the pack at King’s Kastle.  Both dogs will be supported by the BEST Fund for their medications (Hadrian) and her special diet (Safqa).  Hadrian is a happy, goofy, affectionate boy who will talk to you if you start a conversation!  He has the biggest paws I’ve ever seen!  Safqa is somewhat aloof with new people – typical Azawakh – but she will warm up once she has a new family.  These two dogs have lived together their entire lives and it would be great if they could be adopted together.  We realize that this will be difficult, so if both dogs went to homes with other dogs, we think that they would adapt.

 

2019-01-03T07:57:19+00:00November 15th, 2018|Adopted Dogs|

Hadrian

Adopted! Hadrian is an 11 year old male Afgan Hound Mix.
We were notified by a greyhound friend in Southern California about two sighthounds who were boarded at the Arroyo Vista Veterinary Hospital.  This is the writeup on their FB page:
“A very dear, long time friend of Arroyo Vista Vet is in her last days. We made a promise to her family that we would help find a new home for her two beloved dogs, Hadrian and Safqa.
Hadrian is an 11 year old neutered male Afgan Hound Mix and Safqa is a 9 year old spayed female Azawakh Hound. They are beautiful, sweet, well behaved dogs that would make a great addition to any family. They get along with other dogs and seem to do well with cats too.
Safqa has had seizures in the past, but none since starting her special diet. Hadrian is on 2 medications and will be sent home with 5 months of them for free. They are also both fully vaccinated and have insurance that can be transferred to their new owners.”
We brought these two dogs into Greyhound Friends for Life on November 9th.  They are integrated well into the pack at King’s Kastle.  Both dogs will be supported by the BEST Fund for their medications (Hadrian) and her special diet (Safqa).  Hadrian is a happy, goofy, affectionate boy who will talk to you if you start a conversation!  He has the biggest paws I’ve ever seen!  Safqa is somewhat aloof with new people – typical Azawakh – but she will warm up once she has a new family.  These two dogs have lived together their entire lives and it would be great if they could be adopted together.  We realize that this will be difficult, so if both dogs went to homes with other dogs, we think that they would adapt. 
2019-01-03T07:56:41+00:00November 15th, 2018|Adopted Dogs|