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This page was updated on August 31, 2014

Pride, Dog of the Month
 
Pride, Sept Dog of the Month
 
Pride, Sept Dog of the Month
Pride
Tag No: 5553
Registered Name: Tailteann Pride
Date of Birth: March 7, 2010
Color: Fawn
Cat Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: Ok with greyhounds & small dogs, unknown with other large dogs
Kid Friendly: Unknown, see comments
Location: Woodinville, WA  (Kennel) 
Larger photos:  Yes, click the links in Pride's comment area

Comments: Pride is a beautiful girl, but on the shy side. Once she knows you she is friendly and sweet. She will need a home with another more happy-go-lucky dog as a companion. Pride did well in her small dog testing, but has not lived with small dogs. Because of her shyness we do not recommend her with young children. 

Foster home update
:  Pride is a very sweet girl and is doing great in her foster home, though she is still shy and nervous. She is hesitant of her foster dad, and sometimes of her foster mom but they are working on that with some improvement. Surprisingly she learned the dog door right away and wasn't the least bit afraid of it. She gets along with all the other dogs very well in her foster home, both male and female.  MEDICAL HOLD

Update: 

Pride is a beautiful, sweet girl, but on the shy side.  She is particularly shy around men, so would do best in a home with women, although she would do ok in a home with a man is patient and gentle.  Once she knows you and feels safe, she warms up fairly quickly to women.
 
Pride will need a relatively quiet home.  Her favorite spot is a bed in the corner where she can watch the goings on in the house.  She gets along with most other greyhounds.  She loves food, treats and enjoys chewing on chew toys.  She is just a love, but doesn’t like others to get too close to her toys, food or bed.
 
Pride did well in her small dog testing, but has not lived with small dogs.
 
Because of her shyness we do not recommend her with young children.
 
She knows how to use a dog door (learned it without any help – smart girl!) and she loves to be outside on nice days.  She even likes to hang out by the little kiddie pool on a lovely sunny day with an occasional splash through the pool to keep cool.
 
Pride would most probably do best in a home with another more happy-go-lucky dog to show her the ropes.
 
Won’t you give Pride her forever home?


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