In shelter Dog

Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri...
Great Dane, Greyhound, Mixed
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Bob's Big Boy? Nope! It's Baxter. Baxter is a beautiful fawn greyhound whose size is only eclipsed by the size of his heart. This sweet hunk of burnin' love is supposed to weigh in at around 100 pounds so he's still working on gaining his pandemic pounds. He's been described as a "Baxter in a China Shop" when he gets excited, and he doesn't always realize how big he is.  Baxter loves to sleep, and considers it pure joy when he gets to share a bed with his humans. When he's not catching zzzzzs, he can be found watching life go by through the front window. He's easily entertained by stuffies and likes to chew bully sticks, rawhide and other chew toys but don't let that fool you. He's not destructive and takes direction well when told to "leave it." Ear rubs, gentle pets and scritches are a few of his other favorite things. Baxter is housebroken, sleeps through the night and is learning how to properly take strolls using a gentle leader. He's also a member of the Clean Plate Club, though he prefers dining alone. He rarely barks and loves to keep an eye on his humans. It would be best if any little humans in his future forever family were on the older side. Is your home and heart big enough to welcome Baxter? If yes, reach out today. While Baxter can live with other dogs, no small dogs or cats.  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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