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sight

Male
Breed: greyhound 
DOB: 04/2009 
Color: Brindle 
Left ear#: 50147 
Right ear#: 49B 
Previous              Up              Next      Adopted: 08-15-14

sight has been adopted by Kevin & Jennifer Brandt , Langhorne, PA


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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.


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