My name is Moose, although my foster dad calls me “Graceful” a lot. My foster family tells people I have a “neurological condition.” I am not sure what that is, but as they explain it to others, they say I tend to pace a lot more than greyhounds. Although, I happen to think my foster family’s greyhounds are just a little lazy. My foster family also says that I tend to stumble into things and can be klutzy. My foster family’s greyhounds tend to get mad at me and sometimes grumble at me. I am not sure what they are trying to tell me, but my foster dad always asks “would you like to be stepped on by a 85 lbs. dog?” It is hard to know where your feet are all the time. Regardless, I love to play with my foster dad. He takes me out to the backyard and we run and play until I am all tired out. He tells me I play a little rough and we are working on that, but I get so excited, it is hard not to jump around and run my heart out. My foster parents say I will need a “special home” because of my aforementioned neurological condition. I think I am just special and would be excited to get into that special home.