Hiya, the name’s Keith but my mates like to call me ‘Keef’. Just like my namesake, I’ve become quite the rock star here at GR HQ, I’ve certainly got a lot of fans! I’ve got loads of personality and I’ve been told that I’m an excellent cuddler. I’m certainly not shy and just love getting out and about. I do have to tell you that my kidneys need a little bit of help, this means I need to be on a special diet* and have to go to the dogtors every six months or so to make sure I’m still doing well.

Now, in true rock star style, it’s all about me…  so while I’m learning this pet caper, it probably best that I’m the centre of your attention for now. Not to worry though, once you meet me you won’t want to share me with anyone else!

A note from Keith’s foster carers:

Keith’s a friendly dog with lots of love and energy. He loves exploring the backyard and people watching on the side of the house. We take him out to the park nearby and he’s eager explorer. Sniffing all the different bushes and trees. He’s an adventurous pooch!

Keith is definitely more of a people dog then a dog’s dog. He’s not shy of strangers and new friends and faces. He can get a bit excited sometimes and jump on people. We are working with a behaviouralist to unlearn this behaviour and he’s getting better at it. .

Keith’s experiences walking has been super great. He’s a great walker. Loves It! Rain or shine. He’s good with kids around him. The park nearby has got a playground and he’s not bothered by the kids that visit. Keith does seem triggered by small fluffy dogs though. He doesn’t lunge at them so much, just very alert to the fact that they are there. We’ve only come close to one small pup at a very close distance and he did try and approach before we pulled his leash back.

We’re very excited for Keith future! We think he’d be a perfect dog for a nice family with a big yard for him to zoom and explore. His got quite a lot of energy to burn.

If you think you could be my number one fan, get in touch with the team at 

*Keith needs to be on Hills KD Kidney Care or Royal Canin Renal diet food. He can have some chicken and fish included in his diet but cannot have too many treats. He also needs to have a blood test every 6-12 months to check in and see how his kidneys are functioning.

  • DOB: 16.09.14
  • Microchip number: 956000003733916
  • Located in: Sydney
  • Desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated, heartworm tested and treated
  • Adoption fee: $385
  • Adoption fee includes ‘New Hound Kit’ – collar, leash, muzzle and loads of other goodies
  • Cats: Not tested
  • Other Dogs: Good with greyhounds. Not small dog friendly.
  • Children: Not tested

Keith is kindly helped by Jennifer and Jillian.

Rehoming organisation number: R251000042

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