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  • 11 THINGS YOUR GREYHOUND IS TRYING TO TELL YOU

    We adore our Greyhounds and wish we could understand them better. Even though we live closely with our beloved hounds, we are not always on the same wavelength. Have you ever found yourself wondering “Why on earth would he DO that?” We have all been there. Maybe it will help a little to list some things your Greyhound wants you to know.
  • TOP 10 BEST POSTS OF 2021

    As the year draws to a close, we are revisiting the most popular blog posts published here in 2021, in case you missed any of them.
  • GREYHOUND JARGON

    Like many breeds, Greyhounds come with their own community and culture (some would say cult) – and vocabulary. I wrote about some of these terms in my earlier posts. Let’s take a closer look at some of those “Greyhound-isms”.

  • HELP YOUR GREYHOUND HAVE HAPPY HOLIDAYS

    The holidays bring surprises—both good and bad—but one thing is sure, the end of the year is an incredibly busy time. All that additional excitement and activity can be a lot for your hound to handle. Not to mention the extra visitors (COVID permitting), sights, sounds, and smells. Plus, it’s easy to get wrapped up in holiday preparation and neglect your dog’s regular routines. Add all that up, and you have a recipe for dog stress. The following tips will help you prepare your dog so you can both enjoy the coming holiday season.

  • 10 SUPERFOODS FOR YOUR GREYHOUND’S BEST LIFE

    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!

  • FINANCING A BIG VETERINARY BILL

    No one wants to be in the situation where affordability of treatment for your Greyhound is a factor in your decision to proceed at the vet.  But sometimes that happens, and we need to be prepared to make the best decision for our pups. We found ourselves in this situation with our first Greyhound, Jacki, after she had a stroke.  Our regular vet sent us to the neurological specialists, and they had several options for treatment, but all were prohibitively expensive. Then we were introduced to CareCredit, a special type of credit card for medical and veterinary bills not paid by insurance.
  • HOW TO CLEAN YOUR DOG’S TOYS

    Dogs love their toys and spend a lot of time with them.  Eventually, slobber, dirt and grime build up on your dog’s favorites. Those toys can be a breeding ground for nasty germs and bacteria, but there is no need to throw away and replace dog toys just because they are dirty. Cleaning your Greyhound’s toys is not difficult, but you do need to be careful how you go about it to make sure that you do it safely. In addition to prolonging the life of your pet’s top toys, cleaning them gives you a chance to examine them for safety hazards. Here are some tips on how to take care of all kinds of toys.

  • HALLOWEEN CAUTIONS

    As we prepare for a Halloween that will look very different than past years, the potential dangers for your Greyhound remain the same. 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!
  • 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.

  • GREYHOUND MYTHS

    Here are 14 myths that Greyhound parents frequently hear, along with the straight scoop on the topic from Suzanne Stack, DVM – Greyhound owner and long-time advocate.

    1.  Older Greyhounds need low protein “Senior” diets.  With greyhounds, we're usually trying to keep weight on the oldsters, not off them.   Low protein diets may cause muscle wasting and weight loss. 

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  • THE GREYTEST WISH

     It’s no secret – we adore our Greyhounds.  The only problem with dogs is that they don’t live long enough!  Our dearest wish is for them to live a long, happy and healthy life. Here are 10 strategies to promote canine longevity:

  • AWAY WITH PEE SPOTS

    We do love our lawns and aspire to a lush carpet of green, but too often the reality is scattered brown spots in that green grass. Your dog is probably responsible for them, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are some tips to manage those spots: