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  • SHARE THANKSGIVING BOUNTY WITH YOUR GREYHOUND - SUPERFOODS

    Along with giving thanks at this time of year, there is an emphasis on food at the holidays.  What foods would be good to share with your dog? Packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and gut-health boosting friendly bacteria, here are ten human foods you can feel good about sharing with your dog!
  • NOVEMBER IS PET CANCER AWARENESS MONTH: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

    November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and it’s a great time to spread knowledge about pets and cancer, as well as a time to educate ourselves about the things we can do to prevent or treat cancer in our own pets.
  • 8 WAYS TO TELL IF YOUR GREYHOUND TRUSTS YOU

    Our Greyhounds are some of the most loyal family members we could ever ask for. They love us no matter what kind of job we have or how much money we have in the bank. And while their love and loyalty is unconditional, there’s another emotion that is a little harder to secure⁠—trust. Just like with people, dogs expect us to earn their trust. Here are eight ways to tell if you have their trust:
  • TOP 10 REASONS TO ADOPT A SENIOR GREYHOUND

    November is "Adopt a Senior Pet Month". Senior Greyhounds are the nicest dogs but often the hardest to get adopted. The truth is that most Greyhounds live 10-14 years, and Greyhounds as a breed are one of the healthiest pure-bred dogs. Greyhounds are considered “senior” at 6-7 years of age.  Most of them still have good years to give a loving family. There are so many reasons to adopt a senior Greyhound, but today we’re going to look at the top 10.

  • TOP 5 HALLOWEEN DANGERS FOR YOUR DOG

    Halloween will be here before we know it! It's a good time for a reminder about the potential dangers to your Greyhound. To help you gear up for a fun and safe celebration, we’ve compiled the top 5 Halloween dangers so that you can avoid a real nightmare for your Greyhound!
  • 8 COMMON MISTAKES WE MAKE AS PET PARENTS

    Whether you’re new to sharing your life with a Greyhound or if you’ve been doing it for years, you’ve probably made plenty of mistakes. A grey is so much more than just a handsome companion: they have a lot of specific needs. Even the most well-intentioned dog owner might be guilty of some of these common mistakes, but it’s never too late to make a change for the better. It’s okay to make mistakes and learn from them as you get to know your dog.
  • KEEP YOUR GREYHOUND SAFE THIS FALL

    10 Autumn Dog Dangers to Avoid

    It’s officially fall — the days are getting shorter, the leaves are changing and the air is getting crisper. But don’t let the beautiful foliage fool you — there are dangers lurking both inside and outside for your dog. Here are some tips to keep your hound safe during this time of year.

  • TIPS FOR FIGURING OUT YOUR DOG'S LOVE LANGUAGE

    In his book, The 5 Love Languages, Gary Chapman discusses the five ways people show their love to their significant other. Although it’s used to understand the love between humans, it can also be used to comprehend the love and relationship between humans and their dogs.
  • DOES MY GREYHOUND NEED A COAT?

    You wear a coat when it’s cold outside, so naturally, you may wonder if your Greyhound should wear one, too. Although dogs come equipped with their own fur coat, during the winter some dogs may need a little extra insulation. Are dog coats necessary in the winter, or is their fur enough to insulate them from the cold? Let's find out.
  • 2022 GREAT GLOBAL GREYHOUND WALK

    Next Sunday, September 25, 2022, is the annual Great Global Greyhound Walk. Thousands of sighthound lovers worldwide will walk for awareness of what great pets these breeds make. The Great Global Greyhound Walk is an international event where sighthounds and their owners all walk together on the same day around the world!
  • GREYHOUNDS VERSUS WHIPPETS

    There are no other dog breeds more commonly confused than the Greyhound and the Whippet, as they have similar traits and look almost identical. Even seasoned professionals have difficulty telling them apart at younger ages. Both of these breeds have an abundantly rich history which dates back many years. Let’s take a closer look at the ways they are similar and the ways they are different.
  • PREPARING FOR AN EMERGENCY

    Take record heat waves, year-round wildfires, plus floods and add to that tornadoes - it almost seems like a disaster is potentially right around the corner. We can't control Mother Nature, but one thing we can control is to have an emergency plan in place.  Take time now to get yourself and your household, including pets, ready for the unexpected. If you do, you will likely encounter less difficulty, stress and worry. Here are 6 steps to help you on your way to peace of mind: