Foster Carer Update: “Chevy is a gorgeous loving boy who adores being around people and sometimes doesn’t recognise personal space. He can be a big goof ball and has some puppy mannerisms and loves throwing his ball around and getting in his paddle pool.
He has come a long way already but needs some further development with manners but walks fantastically on a lead. He is great with household noises and well behaved on outings.
He gets along well with other dogs and enjoys playing with the other greyhound in his foster home.
Would be best suited to someone who can give him plenty of love and time to develop his manners. Plus some extra TLC to get his coat beautiful and shiny including regular brushes and plenty of sardines.”

(Can I) Jump in your car, so you can take me home?
If our Chevy could sing, this would be his jingle, we know it! Even though he can’t sing, he’s totally got the love of travel perfected….he will eventually get there with the jumping into them but the actual car ride he loves!

He’s a little awkward sometimes due to his big build and structure just like his name sake but he will do a pretty quick zoomie like Grease Lightning around the yard. Only one though, then he gets tired and prefers to follow us around the place being our shadow. He has a sweet nature and loves getting his picture taken! (We just aren’t the best photographers, sorry Chev!)

He loves the company of humans and his ideal home would be with a gentle female medium sized companion who can show him the ropes and “paw-rents” around frequently who can help transition him into pet life.

We suggest, due to his size and puppyish ways including a love of toys, that he spend his retirement in a home with older/no children.
Be fast! Be furious! Apply now to welcome Chevy into your home. Chevy is available to adopt now; please get in touch with us to arrange a meeting.

Medical Notes

As well as being behaviourally assessed, Chevy has:

  • a C5 vaccination
  • been desexed
  • been microchipped
  • been intestinally wormed
  • been heartworm tested
  • had flea and heartworm prevention
  • been LIFETIME REGISTERED (no need to register with your council – this is all done as part of the Lifetime Registration)