TV Dru Tang is shifted to his permanent home after spending nine years at Doggie Disneyland

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  • TV Dru Tang is shifted to his permanent home after spending nine years at Doggie Disneyland

TV Dru Tang is shifted to his permanent home after spending nine years at Doggie Disneyland 

The fourteen-year-old red dog TV Dru Tang was born on the 13th of July 1997, in United States of America. His birth place became the land of standing, where he initiated his greyhound racing career.

Weighing 30.25 kg TV Dru Tang presented owner Maxine Willis with numerous wins. He has been racing from three famous racing courses since 1999, Mile High, Cloverleaf and Phoenix Greyhound Park. Nineteen months after his birth TV Dru Tang was placed in his first combat at the Phoenix Greyhound Stadium.

When he got retired the Golden State Greyhound Adaption group took the responsibility to find a perfect home for the famous champ. Mean while the hound was sent to the foster homes who took the temporary custody.

TV Dru Tang who has chased the lure in more than 251 races was temporarily adopted by Ellen Fox. She has been attached to the Golden State Greyhound Adaption for quite a long time. Besides performing her duties as a dog-sit, she has also volunteered numerous times for the temporary adoption of the hound.

Ellen Fox has a great fondness for dogs, she has a built-in playmate and a colossal backyard known as the Doggie Disneyland. After his momentary adoption Ellen Fox named TV Dru Tang as Champ.

When Champ’s career ended in 2002, he was shifted to the Walnut Creek Headquarters to find his permanent home. Ellen Fox found out many impressive hobbies, likes and dislikes of the hound when he was at her home.

Besides disliking cats, Champ is not comfortable around hounds who are related to different breed. It took quite a lot time for him to get comfortable in the surroundings of dogs related to different breed.

After nine years, TV Dru Tang has found his permanent home, according to Ellen Fox he has experienced a well deserved environment at the Doggie Disneyland.

Son of TV Avery out of TV Dynasty, TV Dru Tang has a beautiful pedigree. From his sire’s side the hound is Monalee Champion a renowned Irish greyhound racer’s grandson.

TV Dru Tang will be remembered for his numerous title winnings and hits that made him a star. Acquiring a permanent home has made heaven on earth for the fawn dog, in nine years he has become use to the environment, which will help him in adjusting at his new home.

 

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