Some additional words about Xenon from his trainer: "I train at Tri State. Xenon was a pretty amazing greyhound. Some of us who have been around awhile (I don't qualify for "old timer" status), always enjoyed watching the old man run. One of those rare and durable dogs who showed the young ones that the old guys have a few tricks up their sleeves! He always got some extra loving after a race from everyone. Sad to see him go, but it's time to be a couch potato! Great job by the entire crew at Double G Kennel and Dean Miner himself!"
Update from his foster family:
He sure is a love. He does NOT like flies or bees. He tested cat safe, but he sure loves to chase the squirrels that run on top of our fence! He seems to love listening to the birds, which we have a lot of in the back yard. He's not real fond of the vacuum. He barks at loud noises. And he prefers to lay on a dog bed that is up off the floor, i.e. on a Coolaroo bed! He will pick an elevated bed every time. His coat is soft and luxurious. His elbow callus is a lot smaller and softer now. He does not need a belly band anymore....YAAAAAAAY !!! He's only had one accident in the house - and I didn't catch him doing it. Zee doesn't mind peeing over fresh pee in the yard.....even when the former depositer hasn't finished! Bath time!! Never had a #2 accident in the house. No more counter surfing (good boy!). He still doesn't jump up into the car yet, but he rides like a pro in the car. He walks very well on a leash - no pulling.
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