Living in a townhouse/condo complex gives Luna plenty of opportunities to meet new doggie friends. Now that she's been around for over a year, it is easy to see which dogs she considers her buddies. She is always happy to greet another dog, but there are a few that she will drag me across the street so she can say hello.
Luna likes our next door neighbor's beagle, Sadie. They will occasionally bump into each other if their potty breaks match up. I think Sadie is a little nervous saying hello to a big dog, but Luna's gentle nature helps Sadie relax.
Another neighbor we usually see walking in the cooler weather owns a black rough collie named Wolfie. Wolfie was one of the first dogs Luna met when we adopted her and she was very scared of him. As far as I know, Luna had not interacted with other breeds of dogs before living with us. She was scared of dogs bigger than a whippet. Wolfie's fluffy, black coat probably didn't help much. Over time Luna became more confident and appreciates Wolfie's laid back attitude. Now she will prance over to him when we see him out on a walk.
We also see two Italian greyhounds out on walks. The two iggies happily dance around Luna and reach up with their tiny noses to sniff her great big face. Luna will stand very still so as not to step on the small dogs. Her tail will wag constantly as she leans in to say hi. One time, Luna got the zoomies while saying hello to the iggies which got the two iggies riled up. The three dogs happily spun, play bowed and danced while we just laughed.
Like most greyhounds, Luna is biased towards her own kind. We have three other greyhounds in the neighborhood; two chocolate brindle females (can't remember their names) and one fawn male named Vinny. Vinny lives the closest to us so we see him almost every morning. When Luna sees Vinny she perks her ears up, wags her tail, and starts pulling me towards him. Vinny has been sick for a long time so he isn't as animated as Luna, but he definitely perks up when she's around. Luna also gets excited for the two females, but only one of them gets excited back. The other is a bit reserved about who she accepts in her pack.
It is nice to see Luna interact with the many different breeds in our neighborhood and I'm glad she has picked out her buddies. It is always a special treat for her when we see them on our walks.