Sally (Lee Sally) – female, black with white frosting on her face, born 3/12/14. She is 5. Tattoos 34D-63509. Sally was a grade A racer. She was the 2016 Orange Park Marathon Challenge finalist. She is from the Flying Penske line. And Sally retired in 2016. She has just been “hanging around on the farm, enjoying retirement” for the last few years. She is very sweet. She does have a wonky leg that is not repairable. We are not sure how she broke it, but it is healed now and should be left “as is”. It does not bother her. She can still climb stairs – not a problem! Adopter must accept her leg, and not think that a surgeon should straighten it out. Sally is coming up on the Home For The Holidays Haul, our next haul. But we will begin accepting applications for her on New Dog Day.


11/24/19 – Sally is getting used to live if a home, instead of a kennel. She has been very affectionate and playful. She loves to go outside, run around, and roll in the grass. She gets along with the other 2 greyhounds in her foster home – she likes to follow greyhound Six Pack around. She has had no accidents in the house. She crates well. She will spend time in her crate during the day with the door open. She is sleeping through the night and eats well. She’s still a little weary of the hard floors but does regularly walk on them with no issues. We haven’t gotten her up or down stairs on her own yet. We will work on that this week.  Overall, she’s a lot of fun to have. She isn’t the most confident dog, so as long as an adopter is willing to give her time to transition, she’ll be an easy adoption. She does walk REALLY WELL on leash.