Some support
  • Greyhound
  • 7 years 4 months
  • Male
  • Admitted October 2021
  • Ref:133669

Barry can be worried for some handling and will need new owners to be understanding of this.

Support and Health

How much training will I need?

Some support
Barry can be worried for some handling and will need new owners to be understanding of this.

Can I be left alone?

Barry can be left at home on his own for a couple of hours a day. He is left with enrichment toys but spends most of his time sleeping on the sofa! He is toilet trained in his foster home and asks to be let out.

Do I have any medical conditions?

Existing conditions
Barry has some ongoing medical.

Who I can live with

Can I live with dogs?


Can I live with cats?


Can I live with small pets?


Additional information

Barry cannot live with any other animals. Due to his racing history he is very keen on small furry animals and will need to be muzzled on walks. He isn't really interested in other dogs and can be a bit intolerant with them if they get too close but he's easy to move away with some tasty treats.

Family and environment

What kind of family am I looking for?

Barry is looking for a home with teenagers and older. He would be better in a home with no young visiting children as he does not like to be disturbed when having a nap.

What type of environment would suit me?

Barry would benefit from a private, 6ft fenced garden, where he can stretch his legs. As he is an ex-racing greyhound, he will need to be walked on lead and wear a muzzle for the safety of himself and others.

About Barry

This gorgeous leggy boy is Barry, a stunning Greyhound looking for a new loving and quiet home. Barry is a sweet, affectionate boy who enjoys a fuss but also likes his own space to relax and unwind in.

He does not always like to share his space and prefers to remain undisturbed - who doesn't!

He enjoys playing with squeaky toys by throwing them around and taking long naps on a comfy sofa.

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