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Daycare and Pet Sitters – Does Your Greyhound Need One?

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Daycare and Pet Sitters – Does Your Greyhound Need One?

Is your Greyhound destroying things while you’re away? Maybe you’ve got such a busy schedule during the day that your Greyhound isn’t getting the attention that they deserve. When the standard crate training doesn’t work or your hound doesn’t tolerate a crate, then maybe daycare or a pet sitter could be the answer

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Finding Loose Greyhounds and What To Do

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Finding Loose Greyhounds and What To Do

Earlier, we did an article on spooky Greyhounds and how they have a tendency to bolt. Now it’s time to talk about the actions to take when you happen to find a lost, spooky Greyhound. Catching a loose Greyhound that does not want to be caught is difficult – sometimes it seems downright impossible. The good news is that you can certainly get them back with the right tools, time, and patience.

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The Straight Scoop on Poop

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The Straight Scoop on Poop

Greyhound poop. You know it. You smell it. You deal with it. This may shock you but, there is actually a strategy to handling it. Here are a couple tips to help you deal with the poo appropriately.

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When Rescuing Becomes Hoarding

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When Rescuing Becomes Hoarding

After your first Greyhound, it is easy to see why people end up with way more than 2 or 3. Many people are on a mission to help save Greyhounds – particularly ex-racers. However, this begs the question of how many are too many? The Society for the Prevention of Animal Cruelty (SCPA) actually investigates at least one hoarding case per month and can often file charges against hoarders. The unfortunate truth here is that hoarders believe they are helping Greyhounds recover and thrive after their ex-racing career. So, while they have good intentions, it makes for a longer-term issue...

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The Spooky and Shy Greyhound

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The Spooky and Shy Greyhound

Often, Greyhounds will be shy, timid, or easily spooked. We always want to “fix” them in order for them to become social and fit in with a family. Of course, this is easier said than done. 

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