Thursday, February 11, 2010

Blizzard of 2010




The Hound Hotel has survived the blizzard of 2010 with flying colors. It is hard to believe that according to the local news, we received 52 inches of snow in five days! It is a good thing that greyhounds are tall dogs! Even the hounds had a little difficulty bounding through the deep snow at first. Quatro seems to like the snow and has been doing some running in it, but like any typical greyhound, it doesn't last long. A nice nap on a warm doggie bed beats shivering out in the deep snow. Quatro is still looking for his forever home and it is hard to believe that he hasn't been adopted yet. Maybe the weather this winter has a lot to do with that. People are spending most of their time shoveling and probably not thinking about adopting a dog right now. The snow will melt in a few weeks and spring is on the way. Now is a great time to think about adopting a greyhound. Quatro is a terrific dog and maybe he is the perfect dog for you. Call Denise Davis if you would like to meet Quatro and learn more about him.

5 comments:

Alex said...

Glad to hear that you survived the blizzard! Hard to believe that no one has snatched up Quatro yet,- he is such a handsome fellow. I sure you are right that the spring will bring a "run" of adopters.

Tonya said...

Would LOVE to have Quatro join us to be our forever dog! We have filed an application and are in the process of getting a fence around our 3/4 acre property! We love greyhounds!

Stowe and Maria said...

We look forward to hearing from you Tonya. Maybe Quatro is your forever dog.

Anonymous said...

We adopted Rudy (Nitro Rudy) from you a couple of years ago. Just wanted to let you know he is doing great and has us totally wrapped around his paws. Thanks for doing all you do for greyhounds.

Stowe and Maria said...

We remember Rudy and you very well! Rudy is quite a greyhound. Very beautiful and well behaved boy he was. Glad to hear that you all are dong very well! We will be here when you are ready for your next greyhound. You know you can't have just one.