Brad – 12 year old male Greyhound Cross

Brad is a 12 year old male Greyhound Cross. The Brilliance of Brad. This is an appeal for one of our golden oldies, twelve-years-young, Brad is his name and we’re hear to tell you why hew deserves all of your attention and, hopefully, your love. This Greyhound cross has only been with us a couple of weeks but, having seen him at close-quarters, we reckon he’s a real diamond-and-a-half.

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Unwaveringly sweet-natured, Brad takes life at a steady pace; walking very nicely on-lead, getting on well with other dogs whether male or female and desiring little, outside of a comfortable place to rest his head, regular pleasant strolls, and some tasty foodstuffs. In addition to this, he’s also been very clean whilst in our care. He’s just such am amazing old guy, awaiting that special someone to come along.

His face tells of a life rough-lived, all scarred and scuffed like a crag cut across with clefts and fissures, and we can only speculate as to where they came from – nevertheless, this is a lad who hasn’t had it easy. At almost twelve-years-old Brad has worked long and he’s worked hard, and if he doesn’t deserve a gorgeous new home then I don’t know who does! Beyond the scars lie eyes that shimmer like light on water, perched above are his adorably floppy ears, but most of all, behind it all, is his gentle spirit. Whatever his past might’ve entailed, Brad is a profoundly special old feller.

Brad would be suited to home with children aged five-and-up, could live with other dogs but would, predictably, be less well suited to a home with small animals resident. He would also need a very secure garden in his new home.

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