Stanley – 3 year old male Greyhound

What a truly lovely boy Stanley is, a real gentleman. Greyhounds are wonderful dogs and considering they have spent their lives (so far) in kennels they are hugely loving and affectionate and are desperate to be with people. Stanley is no different and he thoroughly adored his time spent with us, having his photo taken. He wanted to be very close to Clare, leaning on her, getting a fuss, and it was lovely to see. Clare wasn’t actually able to stand back from him, without him moving with her, and it was very hard when we came to put him back in his kennel, heart breaking.

Stanley will make a wonderfully steady, easy-going companion who will be content to sit or lay peacefully next to you, or equally will enjoy being out and about with you. He will need 2 nice walks a day please and a lovely big bed (of sofa!) to snooze on. He walks beautifully on the lead of course, is very clean in his kennel and travels well.

Stanley is very good with other dogs and could easily live with one, or two or more! He could live with children aged 10+. He has been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and can be rehomed outside out of the county, subject to a successful homecheck.

Basically Stanley will make an all-round, fantastic new friend. I really love Stanley and I hope his special someone will come along very, very soon.

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