“O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?” (Shakespeare’s Play Romeo and Juliet: Balcony/Scene 2) Well, our boy Romeo does not need a Juliet lamenting his family name nor their tragic love situation. Come to think of it, he doesn’t need a balcony scene to declare his “love’s light wings” either. This impossibly handsome Romeo just needs your Home Sweet Home for his soliloquy. Such a gorgeous red brindle he is as he carries around various white fur patches on his forehead, nose, chest and to the tip of his aristocratic tail. Romeo is learning to “sing” and he is as gentle as Greyhounds come. He tends to be a bit slow to warm up, but oh so sweet in nature and loving when he does! In the play Romeo’s mother was very protective of her son and was elated when she found out that Romeo was not involved in the brawl that happened between two enemy families. Our Romeo is also a lover not a fighter. He seeks and thrives on giving attention, the kind that is revered and returned. He is not playing a character in a play but instead wants an important role within your family life.
Imagine life with a retired greyhound…
Can’t adopt a greyhound right now but would love to help?