I am very fortunate with how well Summit travels. Maybe this is a greyhound thing in general, but he lays down almost immediately and doesn't get up again for the rest of the drive except to change positions. But, who can blame him? He's got a pretty comfy set up in my back seat. I have a hammock so he doesn't fall into the foot wells, and then he has multiple blankies to snuggle into.
|Oh, are you looking at me?|
|Nite aka Darcass the Nite|
|If you look closely you can see a puddle of drool on the floor.|
The people I was staying with also had a foster cat and her 7 kittens staying with them. The kittens were about 4 weeks old when I got there. So cute and playful!
Summit was able to come to work with me a few times a week. He'd hang out in the Blood Bank while I was off doing other things with other greyhounds. He always had a buddy as one of the doctors' dogs was always there due to his severe separation anxiety. His name is Aro. He's a galgo that Dr.Couto brought from Spain many years ago. Due to his SA though he needed a home where he didn't have to be alone, so one of the other doctors took him as a foster. Ten years later she still has him as a "foster".
|Summit and Aro hanging out in the Blood Bank.|