401(Grey) Investor

Donna Kimball
In memory of Chris Hodges' mom, Ann.

Foster Family

Craig & Robin Hanloh

Friday December 14, 2018

Hugs from Hank

One of the cutest things Hank does is hug the other Greyhounds.

Tuesday December 11, 2018

Hank under your tree...

Put Hank under your tree for Christmas! He will be the best gift you have ever had! This handsome boy has the sweetest heart. He wants nothing more than to please you. He is very calm and quiet and always ready for snuggles.

Sunday December 2, 2018

Hank loves a good ear rub

Hank is hanging out, listening to Garth and enjoying a good ear rub.

Friday November 30, 2018

Soulful eyes

Hank’s eyes speak volumes and his expressions are precious. He is gentle and easily corrected, on the rare occasion correction is needed. Tonight he tried to drink out of my water glass but stopped as soon as I said “no” in a stern voice. (Of course I had to stop laughing before I could tell him “no.”)

Hank’s good qualities are numerous!

He has sniffed at the kitchen counter but has never jumped up. He loves Kong’s with peanut butter when he goes in the kennel and has been kenneled for up to 9 hours without incident.

He defers to all the other hounds and isn’t pushy at all.

The most remarkable thing about him is that he doesn’t make a sound. Not a single roo, bark, growl or howl from him.

He has let me doctor his now almost healed leg without a nip, cry or yank. He is truly one of the easiest and sweetest four legged fur children we have ever met!

Thursday November 22, 2018

Handsome Hank

Hank is feeling better every day and looking especially handsome this morning.

He lets us know when he needs to go out by pacing and hasn’t had any accidents in the house. He’s quiet, playful with toys and especially likes towels. 😁

Monday November 19, 2018

Bright eyed and happy tail

Sunday November 18, 2018

Hank should have a halo

Hank had a rough start in Nashville. He injured his foot, had stitches and was a perfect angel through it all. He doesn’t complain about having to do his business on a leash or being confined to the kennel while he heals.

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