Max

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  • Living At Kennels
  • Greyhound
  • Male
  • 1 Year Old
  • Cat Workable

Max is just 1 year old – he is 2 in February 2019.  Max loves going for walks with our dog walkers – he used to be quite timid but now he is really starting to enjoy being with people.  Max is good with other dogs but he can be an only dog so long as you are around a lot of the time.

The video is Max at the pub – he has found a yorkshire pud and he wants to eat it, but he is full from his lunch – he cannot put it down incase he looses it – so he just wanders around with it – Max is not the brighest – but he is totally adorable, very sweet and very cute.

Like lots of young greyhounds Max is not used to the big wide world – he has lived a very sheltered life and has done very little, expect exist in a kennel.    What he needs now, is owners who will show him what they expect of him and give him lots of reasons to trust and love them. Think of him as adopting a toddler – the child would have a basic understanding of life but you would still need to teach the child how to behave in your home – how to learn bedtime routines – how to play with toys- how to trust and love.  Young greyhounds needs owners who patience and commitment – it usually doesn’t take long for them to settle and become wonderful family pets.

Young dogs do need more attention than an older rescued greyhound – but Max will still be lazy once he has had his walk.

He can live with cats so long as you follow our guidance on cats and dog introductions.

If you have children please read our guidance on children and hounds. Please note we do not rehome to families with both cats and children under the age of 8.

Max has a pet passport.



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