Fostering in Houston
|My name is:
|Age (estimated DOB):
|Location (City, State):
|My adoption readiness status:
|I am available for adoption
|My optimal Adoptive Home:
Has Adults Only in it
Has someone that is home mostly during the day
Has an area that can be set up for me to stay in during a full work day with potty pads
Must have a securely fenced in yard (not an available dog park area)
|I Do Well With: Children under 12
|Children over 12
|Other small dogs
|Medium or Large Dogs
|At night, I prefer to sleep in:
|A dog bed
|Walking on a leash
|I am blind so it is hard for me to walk on a leash.
|Crate training-please note that we teach crating as a 'safe happy personal space' where the IG can rest/sleep when confinement is necessary. Crates should NEVER be used as a punishment or 'time out' space.
|I don't do well in crates.
|Italian Greyhounds are known for housebreaking issues and most will have occasional accidents. Many come to us as surrenders due to excessive potty accidents indoors. This is typically the result of poor potty routines within the previous home so we do typically get them on track fairly quickly. As an IG parent you must be willing to commit to a structured and reasonable routine to keep your iggy from having excessive indoor accidents. My house-training Status is:
|Very rare or no indoor accidents
|A little more about me and my personality:
|I am a loner. I like the occasional pets on the head.
|If I have a known medical issue or am taking any medications, they are listed here:
|I take medicine for pain for my arthritis once a day. I have cataracts so I am considered blind.