Have you noticed changes in your old Greyhound’s behavior, such as confusion, disorientation, increased anxiety, or forgetting their housetraining? Our pets cannot tell us that they are scared or worried, or they forgot where they put their toy, or they don’t know where they are. Therefore, we must be the ones to notice changes in their behavior, and try to find out what is going on.
It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, make sure you don’t neglect your Greyhound during this time. With some proper planning, you should be able to spend the holidays without your Greyhound getting too stressed
Sometimes, life happens and you can’t take care of your Greyhound as much as you had hoped for. Maybe that snowstorm delays you by a few hours or maybe you break your leg and have to stay in the hospital for a while. Whatever is stopping you, here are a few ways to keep your Greyhound in good health while you recover