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Whynot Gone Girl who was named "Ruby" was recently relinquished due to her need to be with another greyhound. She was described by the former adopter as "absolutely amazing with us and the kids". However, because of her separation anxiety, the adopter was afraid that she would hurt herself and Ruby was having accidents. Ruby is back in her former foster home and doing well. If you have another greyhound and are looking to add a pretty, little female, call Linda at 732-356-4370
Foster Update 10/4/2016
I've had Ruby back for about 3 weeks now and she has been a perfect girl. No accidents and no more counter surfing. She is so adorable. She gets along very well with both my 2 yr old male and 12 yr old female greyhounds. She is not crated while I am at work all day and no problems. She is a calm girl, listens well and likes to play. She is good with stairs and on the leash. I think she would do better with another dog since she is doing so well now.
Whynot Gone Girl whose call name at the track was "Gone Girl" is a pretty little girl at only about 55 pounds. She's a friendly girl who is a hugger. She is calm, mellow but curious. She's happy and seems easy to work with and she learns quickly. She seems ready to absorb all the new things and to please. Gone Girl also walks nicely on leash. She is 2 years old and cat workable to tolerant in that she showed some interest in the cat at first but was easily corrected and moved on to something else that she was curious about.
Foster Update 1/21/2016
Gone Girl, I call her GG, is an absolute gem. She is such a sweetheart and she is so cute. She is always happy and constantly wags her tail. She gets along great with my 11 yr old female. She is a calm dog. She likes to play with toys but then she just sleeps all day like the rest of them. She listens well and is easily corrected, she doesn't like the spray bottle so just showing it to her makes her listen. She is a counter surfer but again the water bottle is a good training aid.