Daisy is a little Whippet girl not sure crossed with what who arrived in our care recently. Daisy is around 12- 18 months old and is the perfect little angel apart from one thing!! SHE CAN JUMP and boy can she jump. Daisy was in the care of our local dogs home and has been moved to us as she was climbing out and over her kennel.

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Since being in foster she has given us a good insight to her capabilities by climbing through one fence and over and up another high one into the garden behind, luckily when called she did return  She is also a dab hand at slipping past you when you answer the front door as we found but once again returns, a crate is going to be a must to begin with to keep her safe and secure whilst answering doors etc.

Daisy is house-trained, is great with other dogs and children, good to be left in the company of other dogs and also happy to settle in a crate. We are hoping to cat test her shortly and have high hopes she will be fine with them too.

Daisy would make a fantastic little agility dog and we feel this would help her to focus some of her houdini instincts and get her brain ticking in a more constructive manner. Her escaping is definatly not through fear but blatent curiosity and she is a real confident happy little manner.

Her new home will need a secure garden BUT she will need to be taken out to toilet on leash which she is happy to do. We hope that once Daisy is settled with a family and grows to know them her wanderlust may subside.

Daisy will be neutered and microchipped (and given concrete boots) and is fully vaccinated, de-flead and wormed.

Greyhound Gap
Greyhound Gap

Greyhound Gap is a small independent charity set up to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome greyhounds and lurchers who find themselves in a ‘put to sleep’ situation in UK pounds. Funded almost entirely by donations, we rehome around 150 dogs each year. We can have around 40-50 dogs at any one time in our kennels based in Kidsgrove, Stoke on Trent and a further 30-40 in foster homes. Greyhound Gap operates on a national basis so our dogs can be homed throughout the UK subject to a suitable home visit being carried out.

If you are interested in adopting a dog from Greyhound Gap, we would ask that in the first instance you could take a few moments to complete our pre-adoption questionnaire if you have not already done so: http://www.greyhoundgap.org.uk/our-dogs/pre-adoption-questionnaire

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