Twenty years ago today, I adopted my first greyhound. Little did I know how greyhound adoption would alter my life and define it as well. At the time I was struggling to be self-employed in Southern California and decided I wanted a dog because with […]
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Greetings. My name is Harley Greyhound but you may call me Mr. Harley Greyhound like Karyn does. She also calls me Boyfriend because she says I am tall, dark and handsome – and I am.
I am a gentle giant weighing in at a solid 80 pounds. I have Valley Fever but my titer keeps improving because my mama takes good care of me.
I like taking long walks with Karyn and Daisy. I dislike loud, startling noises. I am very picky about what I eat and what kind of bowl the food is in. Ceramic, preferred. I guess I am the hard to please type. Like most greyhounds, I have some quirks but I also have excellent manners.
My mama travels a lot so I like to stay here. Daisy and Girlfriend are my friends but my best friend is Karyn because she hugs me and massages me.
Karyn’s friend Cynthia calls me Rhett Butler. Yes, I am that hunky!
Your dog’s home away from home. A Tucson Tail boards greyhounds of all ages (but not puppies) and other socialized medium to large dogs who are preferably seniors or middle aged (5+), one dog at a time. Check the schedule or contact me.
Announcing: The community pet blog for Tucson and Southern Arizona A Tucson Tail blog takes a generally positive stance with a focus on adoptable pets, health & safety, heartwarming stories, reviews, fundraisers and events, community and state issues relating to animals, interviews & profiles, musings, […]