Kennel Name: BL Titan
Registered Name: Titan
not cat/small animal tolerant
AG # 2059
Hi everyone, it’s me, Titan! I came to live with this nice foster family after completing the TGIE prison program where they said I was really smart and a quick learner! I didn’t do too well at racing, but that doesn’t mean I’m not smart, I would just prefer spending my time playing and learning about other things!
I really like living in a house with the foster family as there is so much to do. They give me lots of love, guidance and really yummy food. I am having new experiences every day, and really soak it all in. I’m a really inquisitive guy, and love to learn new things and please my people. I like to follow everyone around in the house and make sure I don’t miss anything that is going on, and I love to investigate everything I come across. I am very good at listening, and if I am doing something I shouldn’t be doing, and am told “NO,” I listen and don’t do it again.
I am currently living with another Greyhound, a Labrador Retriever and an 8-year-old people girl, all whom I get along fine with. I really like the little girl, especially when she plays with me, brushes me and gives me treats to do the tricks that I learning in the TGIE program. Speaking of playing, that is my very FAVORITE thing to do! I love to play with my toys, inside and out, especially squeaky toys that I toss up in the air and pounce on. I love to chase balls and other toys in the yard too, and when I’ve had enough, I go and hide the toy and then run to the door so I can go in and have a drink and a rest.
I am a really good boy in my crate during the day too when my foster parents are out at work, and will even go lay in there if the door is left open when they are home. At night, I prefer to sleep on the floor next to my foster parent’s bed and the resident Labrador, where I snooze the night away without making a peep until it’s time to get up the next morning. I also have no desire to get up on the furniture, preferring instead to lay on one of the dog beds in the house.
I am a good eater and am not bothered by the other dogs eating next to me. I wait at “stay” until all the dog bowls are filled with food and placed on the floor, then I am released to eat. I was not too fond of the scary fireworks during the 4th of July, but made it through the scary holiday pretty good, unlike the resident Labrador who was a hot mess. My foster Dad said I was a “trooper.” I’m not so sure what that means, but I will take it as a compliment. I am not too fond of small furry creatures, including small barky dogs, and would prefer a house without them. My foster Dad also says I’m doing better walking on a leash too. The first couple of time we went on a walk, I was so excited that I pulled him down the block, but now I’ve learned to walk calmly next to him, which makes him happy.
As much as my foster family would like me to stay with them, I am in search of my forever home, and can’t wait to find a loving family that I can call my own and do my best to make them happy. Can it be yours?