Wilma has been with us for three days now and is starting to learn the ropes. She is a young one so she will take a little longer then our typical foster dog to learn the routine. She still has plenty of puppy in her and it shows. If you have a counter, she will surf it. If you have a fridge, she will try to raid it. Her curiosity knows few bounds at this point, and she is hilarious. While she does sleep a lot like any greyhound, she is not ready to be a complete couch potato. If you are looking for a sedentary greyhound, then this is not your dog. If you would like a more active dog with some puppy in her, then Wilma may be for you. She is a small greyhound, but don't let her size fool you. Dennis the Menace was small too. Wilma is showing some separation anxiety and she may be better off with another greyhound to keep her company while her family is out of the house. She also does not tolerate the crate so baby gates are a better option. Wilma is a very friendly greyhound who rarely leaves my side when I am home and she loves lots of pets. If you would like to meet Wilma, please contact Denise Davis at Greyhound Rescue.