Hi there, I’m Arrow and I’m ready for you to point me in the direction of my forever home!
I’m a big goofy young greyhound, or possibly a greyhound cross – I don’t quite know, really! But either way, I was lucky enough to find my way to the good folks at Greyhound Rescue, who took me in and found me a wonderful foster home. I’m loving my foster family and I’m certainly not shy about asking for lots of affection, so if you take me home, get ready for plenty of playtime and puppy kisses!
Being a young lad, I’ve got plenty of energy for life and a very inquisitive spirit. I fancy myself a bit of a detective and I like to thoroughly check out all my surroundings, especially if there’s food about! I can get quite excited about walkies time and I’m still learning my manners on a lead, but I’m sure that’s something we can work on together. I’d love a family who could do some training and enrichment with me so I can put my sleuthy snoot and clever mind to good use.
I’m a bit of an extrovert when it comes to people and I have some definite velcro dog tendencies! That means I’m still learning how to be alone and will need a bit more practice here. My ideal home would be one where I’m not alone for long periods of time, and where my humans can give me lots of love and attention… with my happy sunny disposition you won’t be able to resist anyway!
I’m sharing my foster home with another greyhound and we get along great, but I’m not always subtle about showing affection or wanting to play, so if my forever home has another dog they will need to be patient with me. I’m a bit too interested in small dogs and cats, and I’m a bit nervous about kids, so I’ll need a home without any of them please.
Some notes from Arrow’s foster family
Arrow is a loving boy who loves showing affection and having a cuddle. Still loves to have a nap through the day but has a bit more energy than a greyhound which means he loves to have a play with you. Would suit a family who is a bit more active with a backyard.
As he’s still a puppy, he does like to chew and play a little rough, so will need a family that can get him through that puppy phase.
Arrow is dictated by his belly. He gets a bit excited and bouncy around dinner time, and if you’re a minute past 6pm he’s not shy about speaking up to remind you haha!
Arrow doesn’t always understand the concept of personal space. He plays well with his foster brother, although if his foster brother isn’t in the mood, Arrow might not always get the hint right away. We often chuck balls around with them in the late afternoon in the backyard to allow Arrow to burn off some steam. They both have their own favourite toys and Arrow is great about sharing them.
Arrow can be a bit strong walking on the leash and needs some training on interacting with other dogs while walking. His family will need to take it slow with him in this regard.
Arrow is a bit scared around smaller kids, so it’s best he doesn’t go to a home with any of them.
If you think you’d be interested in meeting me, fill out an application form and the volunteers at Greyhound Rescue will get on the case. Our matchmakers go to greyt lengths to match each hound with the right family to make sure everyone’s happy, and you’ll become part of a wonderful rescue community with lots of support along the way. Get in touch to find out more!
PS – want a free bag of food if you adopt me? Just enquire via my SavourLife profile. For every finalised adoption through the page, SavourLife will give Greyhound Rescue a donation and you a free bag of food!
Microchip number: 991003000798020
Other dogs: Good with large dogs, not suitable with small dogs
Children: Best without small children (nervous)
Cats: Not suitable
Greyhound Rescue’s adoption fee is $420. All our hounds are desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated, and heartworm tested and treated.
The adoption fee also includes our New Adopter Kit – collar, leash, muzzle and loads of other goodies to help you get your new hound settled into the family.
Rehoming organisation number: R251000042