CTW Lakoda Rayne

Category: 2021 Adoptions
Adoption Status: Adopted by the Rideout Family of Aiken SC, 10/21/21
Adoption Date: 2121-1010-2121
Pet/Kennel Name: Rayne
Age: 8
Color/Gender: Brindle Female
Cat Tolerance: Yes
Small Dog Trainable: Yes
Good w/ Children: Yes
Fostered by (location): Greenville SC Area
Additional Details:

Special Senior! Rayne is a small brindle female that raced at 57lbs. She initially came to us from the Birmingham Race Course Adoption Kennel after she retired in 2017. She was a good racer, consistently competitive at the top A level. She raced 135 races and also raced for a short time at Wheeling and Southland tracks. Rayne's sire is CTW Silverstreak and her dam is CTW Unreal. She just turned 8 on May 18th so qualifies for our reduced senior adoption fee of $250. Rayne was born and raised at Clear The Way Farm in Texas. She is a happy girl that has a great personality. She is very curious about everything, but quiet. Rayne loves cuddles, naps, walks, squeaker toys and she is a great hugger. She likes her kennel but is well behaved when out. She isn't destructive. Rayne is wonderful, lovely and silly according to her foster home. Rayne loves to go for rides and has been living in a motorhome. She is very outgoing and is great at meet and greets and out in public. She does like to get up on beds and couches.

Rayne was adopted by a family on 8/13/17 but is being returned to us due to a divorce and schedule change that leaves her alone for long periods. Although we initially had her listed as no cats her former owner says that she is fine with cats now and even chickens. Rayne has been living as an only dog but she does have some anxiety when she is left alone for long periods so she may enjoy living in a home with other dogs. Her previous owner says she is a wonderful girl that has been a loving companion. She is great with other dogs and kids. Rayne does have a condition that is mostly seen just in greyhounds. She has painful corns on the pads of her feet which prevent her from walking comfortably on hard surfaces for long distances. In most cases the corns can not be cured but we can give her adoptive family more information on treatments that may help. Each dog is different and they don't all respond to treatment. Surgical removal of the corns should NEVER be done! It is extremely painful for the dog and they always come back. 

Tag: Adoption Pending
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