Libby (Homed)

When is a greyhound not quite a greyhound? When she is a greyhound/wolfhound cross! ? Gorgeous Libby is a recent save from Canberra pound and what a wonderful save it is! As crosses go, she’s pretty perfect; she is smallish (about the same size as an average female grey) and has all of those greyhound qualities we know and love (being lazy, roaching, beautiful manners, affectionate) but has the gorgeous fuzzy face of a wolfhound and because she’s a cross won’t ever need a muzzle. Libby is house-trained, sleeps quietly through the night, walks beautifully on lead and loves dogs, kids and everyone she meets. We think Libby is particularly suited to a home with children – she’s so lovely and gentle. Libby has been known to jump fences in her previous life – so high, secure fences or better still, an at-home-all-day owner would be just what Libby needs.
She is currently quite underweight and her foster carers are working to get her weight up, which hopefully won’t take long. Let’s hope the next chapter of this girl’s life is a little happier than her past chapter – we are sure it will be!

Libby is:

  • About four years old
  • Desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, heartworm tested and treated
  • Not tested with cats
  • Located in Canberra
  • Adoption cost: $350

Please contact : info@greyhoundrescue.com.au or gibbons@iinet.net.au

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