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In shelter Dog

Santa Cruz, CA, 95063
Pet name:
(No cats or small children. Needs to be the only dog in her household.)

We bring you MILLIE, a 2-year-old Greyhound mix looking for a home! ?

Shes around 60 pounds, wears her tiger stripes well, and is obsessed with tennis balls. The more of them the better. And if they could be thrown in quick succession, one after the other, for hours on end that would be juuuuuust perfect.? 

When shes not zeroing in on balls, she enjoys outdoor adventures with volunteers (loves those long walks or hikes!), napping, or following us humans around, hoping for treats to drop from our hands. And while shes a bit big to be a lap dog, shes what we call a "leaner" -- leaning on her human to get love, cuddles, and face/ear scratches. 

Millie has proven herself to be sighthound through and through -- with the instinct to chase things like squirrels, lizards, and anything else that might suddenly run off (like some kitties!). And also like a sighthound, shes quick!???? Shes selective about her canine friends, preferring some on the smaller side, so any potential buddy would require a meeting at the shelter.

Find yourself intrigued by these beautiful brown eyes? Fill out an Adopters Profile or come meet her during our dog browsing hours!?


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