My name is Honey and I am a grey brindle greyhound! I was born in December of 2012. In January of 2015 I was adopted by an amazing family. I love my family more than anything else in the world! I love taking naps under the table while my humans have dinner, actually I love taking naps anywhere as long as I'm close to my humans! People say I'm beautiful and super cute but thats just because it's true! I'm also very gentle and lazy, except when I see my humans when they get home. When i see my humans at the end of the day I just cant contain my happiness so I hop around them and ...
Enza is a rambunctious, sweet girl who had a rough start to life. She was rescued along with her 7 siblings and mother from a high-kill shelter in New Mexico and brought to Salt Lake City, UT. The entire litter suffered with parasites, worms and puppy mange, buy that didn't slow them down. Enza is a happy girl and loves to play with her 2 lab sisters, Espresso and Bruna. He favorite thing to do is chew sticks, run around the yard and wrestle with Bruna, and take her big sisters' beds from them.
We rescued Otto in August of 2013 from a no-kill shelter outside of Pittsburgh. He's crazy-energetic, sweet, and loves all people and other dogs.
Because we adopted him, we're not totally sure about his background, but the folks at the shelter told us that he's half Greyhound (of some kind, maybe Italian?) and half German Shepherd-other dog mix.
Hank and his brother were abandoned shortly after birth. Thanks to the tender loving care of a nearby animal shelter, he and his brother were ready to find a forever home when they were 8 weeks old. Hank's new family fell in love with him at first sight. Now his favorite activities are sprinting with dogs at the park, hikes with his owners, and long runs with the Mrs. of the house.
Daisy is a Greyhound/Labrador/Collie/BullTerier who loves to play endless games of fetch with the tennis ball. Daisy often visits with her two Labrador 'brothers' Eb and Jet (owned by my Father) and we often squeeze everyone into the car for trips to the beach and local parks. Daisy is overall an amazing dog with a very intelligent streak.
Poppy was an unwanted Lurcher pup from a farm in wales and was taken in by the ManyTears Rescue. She was bullied by her litter mates and had to be separated and taken to a special center. She was then fostered in the UK and adopted by myself at 14 weeks of age. The photo is from the first night I had her. She quickly attached herself to me and had really bad separation anxiety to the point that it took me a week to get her settled and for me to be able to sleep upstairs again. She is now 11 months and is coming on in leaps and bounds and is a highly intelligent and happy pup.