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shiloh

Female
Breed: greyhound 
DOB:  
Color: White/Chocolate 
Left ear#: N/A 
Right ear#: N/A 
Previous              Up              Next      Adopted: 04-22-13

shiloh has been adopted by Anonymous , Anonymous


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Shiloh is obviously not a greyhound. She is about 3 years old. Shiloh was a dog in need and we took her in under very special circumstances. She had a significant trauma to her left eye and now has no left eye or left eye socket as well as significant vision loss in her right eye - but she does have some vision. We are certain she is able to see things at least up to 15 feet away. Where she is living now, she manages very well. She is not in a cage, but in a room that is approximately 20' x 20'. She has a little hearing, although she sometimes has difficulty figuring out which direction sound is coming from. She has been with us for approximately three months and both her hearing and sight have improved dramatically. She has a wonderful disposition. She can rough house a little, but we would not recommend letting her get to crazy. We do not feel she would work well, at least at the present time, with other dogs because she is not aware of them until they are on top of her. When allowed interaction with other dogs, she appeared aggressive and not trustworthy, so we would want her to be an only dog. She walks well on the lead and will relieve herself while on lead. I do not believe housebreaking will be an issue. She will love you with all of her heart and soul. A good fenced yard is an absolute requirement with a gate that locks. We are setting the bar very high on requirements to adopt her. She is very special.


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