Sometimes it is easy to get overwhelmed or burned out when working within a volunteer group. Here are a couple tips to enable you to maximize your efforts and make Greyhound volunteering a satisfying venture:
Yes, Greyhounds are low maintenance. However, you certainly still need to wash and groom them! General grooming and bathing will ensure that your Greyhound is healthy and ready to continue being your friendly couch potato for many years to come.
Greyhounds are widely known as service animals because they are particularly good at their job. However, what you may not know is that our furry friends are also fantastic at helping improve children’s literacy! They excel in this area due to a couple of key reasons
Every once in a while, you’ll find a Greyhound that is a problem chewer. This is often the case with younger Greyhounds that want to explore through their sense of smell and taste. Some owners often say that new toys are destroyed quickly.
Have you ever experienced a small nibbling or biting from your Greyhound? Don’t worry! It’s not a sign of aggression or anything like that. Usually, it is quite the opposite. This is a behavior known as nitting (or “nittering” as some say)...