They're responsible for evaluating the personality of each dog and assessing their compatibility with people, children and other pets, such as other dogs and cats.
They're also responsible for teaching their recently retired Greyhounds many things, like how to climb stairs, how to walk on slippery floors, and so on.
All GiNA's Greyhounds spend, on average, a minimum of three weeks in a foster home, and GiNA pays the bill for all their food and medical needs during this period.
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