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Bliv

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About Bliv

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    Newbie, be gentle

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    South Australia
  1. i've had him 3 nights now. I fell in love with him within 4hrs of having him at home, and i'm pretty sure he feels the same way about me. He follows me around like a shadow, regularly asking for pats, cuddles and reassurance. on the way home i bought a roast chicken and we shared it. he had the back half, i had 1 breast and wing. while eating mine i would give him little bits of the back half, he is such a very gentle eater! i got to keep all my fingers and he loved every bite. i gave him some dry food that GAP SA gave me with him, a tin of sardines, and 4 home made mini sausage
  2. Cheers everyone, im currently reading and learning as much as i can about any needs a GH might have compared to all my other dogs. I've just bought an elevated twin bowl food table from Kmart for 20 dollarydoo's, but think i may have to replace the fold out legs with some wood ones to make it a little bit taller. other than that its pretty good for 20 bucks. unfortunately GH can never be let free on public property, not even those dog parks after obtaining govt approved green collar status my other dogs were well trained that i could walk them off lead through a local park with a
  3. Hi all, i've previously always kept loveable mutts (shep X rotty, shep X lab, lab X kelpie) - all dogs that were fairly chilled a relaxed in nature and great house pets. After the passing of my best mate Clyde late oct this year i was intending to not keep a dog for a while, but 2 months later i've realised my house is too quiet, and i miss the good company. With not much to choose from out there that's interesting me(without spending $1k ++) i've done a lot of research and decided to adopt a Grey from GapSA. (my first time owning a greyhound) Needing a dog that can be happy alo
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