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ADOPTED
TURTLE
Age: 1 year 11 months | Sex: Male
Microchip: 956000006671671
Location: Western Sydney GAP Adoption Centre
At only 1.5 years old, this handsome little reptile is hoping his forever home is just around the corner. However there will be no need for a terrarium or tank for this Turtle, as he will make himself at home right on your couch!

Turtle can be a bit shy and overwhelmed when exposed to new people and places and will need someone willing to take things slowly with him. However just like his namesake, once he comes out of his shell you will find a soft and affectionate little Turtle! If there is one thing we know for sure about our Turtle, it’s that he loves his food! He enjoys everything from training to enrichment – as long as there is food involved he is a happy participant. Turtle is after a quieter home without too much going on beyond the fence and without young kids disturbing the serenity, although another canine around his size wouldn’t be out of the question. Provided you live in a quiet neighbourhood, Turtle is suitable for full time workers. He enjoys spending time indoors with his humans, however a backyard is also required as a place for him to retreat to when he needs a break.

So pop on over to the GAP reptile park to pick up your very own Turtle today! Turtle is available now on a foster-to-adopt basis.

Application Process

  1. Take a look at all our greyhounds for adoption here
  2. Fill out this application form
  3. We will reply with any questions and give you information on the next steps
  4. Welcome your greyhound into your home and receive ongoing support.

What We Have Noticed...

  • Loves food enrichment such as snuffle boxes and kongs
  • Sweet and affectionate boy when he feels comfortable

Quick Stats

OK WITH FULL TIME WORKER
OK WITH MEDIUM / LARGE DOGS ONLY

Specific Needs

  • Backyard

Medical Notes

As well as being behaviourally assessed, Turtle 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)