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|Rescue Me ID: 16-10-11-00499Tonks (female)|
Meet Tonks. This pretty girl is such a sweet, gentle soul who was found in West Virginia last year. She was sick, emaciated, full of fleas and overall not in good shape. Her finders took her in, cared for her and brought her back to excellent health. At the time Tonks was found, the family wasn't looking for another dog, but their heart broke for her. Because of her poor condition, she looked old and had pretty low energy. Now that Tonks is the poster child for healthy, it is apparent that she is also looking for an active lifestyle--something the finders are not able to provide for her. Tonks is about 3 years old. She is a mixed breed girl of unknown origins. We feel like there is some greyhound and perhaps some German shorthaired pointer (or similar breed) in her genes. She is a fantastic combination of energetic and calm. Tonks loves to run and would love a fenced yard where she can do so safely. She would also do great as a running buddy--she would just need a little practice. She walks well on leash and is used to a gentle leader system. When she isn't up for exercise she is a great companion in the home. She is well-behaved and loves to be with her people. Tonks can be a little shy with new people at first, but once she is comfortable she is a doll. She is very gentle and sweet. Tonks loves to play with other dogs, but also needs slow introductions just like with people. She currently lives with cats and loves them as much as dogs. We recommend older kids for Tonks. She is never ever aggressive, but her tail is like a whip and can bruise a tough adult. We think she might accidentally hurt a young child if she got really excited and really started wagging. Tonks is spayed, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, and microchipped. She was recently treated for Lyme disease which was discovered before she was symptomatic. Tonks is also solidly housebroken. She is trustworthy uncrated and prefers to lay next to her crate rather than inside it. If you would like to meet Tonks please complete an adoption application on our website at www.pawswapofgreaterlafayette.com/adopting. Her adoption fee is $150 . (Less)
PawSwaP of Greater Lafayette
Tippecanoe County Lafayette, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-09-15-00523Rose & Lilly (female)|
Meet Rose & Lilly! These two sweethearts are a bonded pair that are ready to find their new forever family! Lilly is the black & white dog on the left & Rose is the Brindle dog on the right. They are a Collie & Greyhound mix, 2 years old, fully vetted, fixed, & microchipped. Both love to play & have done very well with the children in their current Foster home.
Warrick County Boonville, IN 47601 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-09-14-00553Abbie (female)|
We are looking for a good home for our dog Abbie! We also have another dog and they were together for almost two years and then started fighting so we can not keep both of them. Abbie is a great dog and loves everyone! She is about 4 years old and weighs around 50 lbs. She listens very well and is crate trained. She is very energetic and would preferably need a yard to be able to run around in! She will come with a cage, toys, a harness and leash. We do not want to see her go to a shelter.
Marion County Indianapolis, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-08-15-00492Mali (female)|
Mali (short for Malibu) is a very sweet little dog. My son wanted to adopt a pet when he turned 18 and the animal shelter kept referring to her as a 'hound' mix, we assumed Hound Dog. We have since found out she's part Greyhound/Whippet family and we just don't have the set up for her to burn off her energy. She stays in a kennel at night but when I'm home, she's in the house. Has been abused in a prior home so is terrified of loud noises, storms, vacuum etc. It's not fair to her that she has no space to run. I can send more pics if interested. We just want her to have a good home and we refuse to take her back to the humane society.
Montgomery County Crawfordsville, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-08-09-00064Whick (male)|
Great Lakes Greyhound of Indiana
Porter County Indiana
|Rescue Me ID: 16-08-06-00271Cy (male)|
4 year old male
Great Lakes Greyhound of Indiana
Porter County Indiana
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Greyhound in Indiana|
Greyhound Dogs can make good pets in Indiana if they match your IifestyIe. The Greyhound is a reserved, elegant, intelligent breed. Greyhounds are gentle, sweet companions that can be a joy to own. Greyhounds are excellent choices for adoption as adults; former racers are already crate trained and easy to housebreak, and this dog adapts well to new owners. Greyhounds have a strong chasing instinct and should not typically be trusted with non-canine animals. Greyhounds do well with older, considerate children. They do not like to be teased. A Greyhound can live in an apartment and may even behave lazily indoors, but does need daily exercise. Greyhounds are sensitive to extreme cold and should wear a coat outside in the winter.
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