sight has been adopted by Kevin & Jennifer Brandt , Langhorne, PA
Sight can be like a bull in a china shop when you take him out of the crate. He was very excited to be in the profile room. He jumped up for the toys but when I gave them to him he didn't do anything with them. He got aggressive with one, but the moment I told him no he dropped it. He seemed nervous so I took him for a short walk. Much to my surprise, he was an excellent walker. I noticed that sounds which are normal, like a phone ring or stick drop, surprised him. He responds quickly when you call him. He will definitely need time to adjust to a new environment. It took him awhile, but he did eventually lay down on his bed but the minute he heard a strange noise he was up and pacing. He definitely needs reassurance. I left for 5 minutes and all he did was stand by the door. I praised him and gave him a treat. Surprisingly he laid down on his bed with his toy, but was still panting. It wasn't long before he was up again and restless.
National Greyhound Adoption Program 10901 Dutton Road Philadelphia, PA 19154