BrianHamburger wants to adopt Greek, who is a 3 1/2 year old retired racing greyhound. The Vanderbilt Apartments in Omaha, Nebraska has denied Brian's request to have Greek live in his apartment.Their management believes that Greek is too big for an apartment and his breed is too hyperactive. Retired racing Greyhounds are ideal for apartment living for the following reasons: They prefer and feel safer in a smaller environment. They do not bark or shed. Greyhounds are not hyperactive, in fact, just the opposite as they timid and lazy. The breed has even been dubbed the "forty-mile-per-hour couch potato" due to their long hours of rest and laziness.
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Chris Hamburger, United States4 years ago Comments: Brian should definitely be allowed to have Greek in his home! Please reconsider!
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