If they were at the prom, they’d be hanging out by the punch bowl, pretty in their dresses and corsages, but a bit quiet, a tad shy. But we promise, if you take Reyna, JoJo or Zettie for a spin on the dance floor, you won’t regret it.
These three lovely girls have been in their loving foster homes longer than any others. And while the girls come from very different places – one from the U.S., one from Spain and one from the Middle East – we want them to end up in the same place. In their forever homes.
Reyna is a sweet Galga (yes, the one who went missing for a time in Virginia). Her photo is above. She is thriving in her foster home and is even learning that the male half of the human species isn’t so bad after all. She’s great on her leash and beautiful to watch.
JoJo is a Saluki mix who is coming out of her shell, playing with the other dogs in her foster home, and becoming a happy girl. She’s good on a leash and the little wonkiness in her front leg doesn’t slow her down one bit.
Zettie is a retired racing Greyhound who has been around the block a few times, as they say. She is a sweet, quiet, easy-going cat-safe brood momma who is about as “turnkey” as they come.
All three of these girls are fostered on the East Coast but can be adopted throughout the U.S. and Canada. Their adoption fees are $300. Are you looking for a new dance partner? Put in an application here.