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Breed: greyhound 
DOB: Adult 
Color: Red 
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Harley is an enthusiastic, medium-sized dog. She is very loving and especially enjoys being around and pet by people. Harley is very attentive and bonds very quickly. Having spent time in the kennel, she gets upset when her friends leave, but with proper exercise, she doesn't make a peep when they have to go. Because she is very loving, she would do great with a family with children older than 4 or 5. She would NOT do well living in a home with cats or dogs. As she becomes more trusting of her people she could socialize later with dogs her size as she does enjoy playing with some dogs for a little while. Harley has picked up her training very quickly. She knows how to lay down and wait, wait at doors, and walk nicely on the leash. We discovered that Harley has some nerve damage caused by a congenital condition which she has had since birth. This condition is called Intervertebral Disk Disease, or IVDD. Because of this, she struggles with sit but is willing to offer a down instead. When she isn't training, Harley loves taking in the smells, galloping through bushes and rubbing her butt against them, and cuddling with her handler. Harley is extremely loving and tries very hard to understand what is being asked of her.

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