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cent

Female
Breed: greyhound 
DOB: 05/2010 
Color: White/Fawn 
Left ear#: 53710 
Right ear#: 50F 
Previous              Up              Next      Adopted: 06-30-13

cent has been adopted by Kelly Loro , North Wales, PA


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Cent is a happy and loving dog. The first thing that caught my attention was how attentive she was to me, especially on a walk. She had her sights set on a puppy, but I quickly tugged her leash and told her no. She quickly looked right up at me and was ready to do whatever I wanted her too. She was very comfortable in the profile room. She is not too interested in playing with the toys and is more of a hoarder with them. I sat down by her bed and she was unsure of what to do but she trusted me and allowed me to be in her space and handle her toys. I praised her for this. She is very accepting of affection but not pushy about it. Cent tends to try and chew on things - the granite desk top, plastic bed liner, Christmas lights. It will be important to keep a close eye on her and make sure you give her something to chew on in place of your things. I left her alone for 30 minutes and she did great. She probably stayed by the door I went out of the whole time.


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